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  1. Trapped in detail: Australia, Copyright and the TPP

    ... TPM provisions, hampering people’s ability to access content protected by digital locks, even if they have a legitimate reason to access the content.  Prohibitions on formalities (such as registration of ...

  2. The cost of the TPP: Learning from Australia’s copyright experience under AUSTFA

    ... of digital locks, users cannot access protected content even if they have a legitimate right to use that content.  The exceptions to this criminalisation are narrow and ...

  3. Job opportunity: Executive Officer and Policy Adviser

    ... laws in relation to digital access and preservation of content. This is a full time position with offices located at the National ... between copyright law and information regulation, access to content and education and technological innovation on behalf of ADA and ALCC ...

  4. Broad coalition to TPP governments: Pull provisions that restrict access to knowledge and open innovation

    ... interests of Australian consumers, technology innovators and content creators. As a net importer of content, strict copyright enforcement mechanisms are self-evidently not in ...

  5. Copyright for Australia that makes sense. That’s fair.

    ... of dollars each year to use publicly accessible online content on websites that you use at home for free. No one is asking to be paid ... 10% of Wikipedia pages in English have some form of fair use content—that’s over 500,000 articles quoting from a book or an article; ...

  6. Looking back on the fifteenth round of TPP negotiations in Auckland

    ... thicket of issues TPMs attached to e-books and other digital content present for their visually impaired users. The TPP could potentially ... a visually impaired person to circumvent a TPM attached to content, to change it into a format they can read , even where they've ...

  7. Australian Culture needs Copyright Reform

    ... system, and is one of the largest producers of copyrighted content in the world. Fair use will allow cultural institutions to preserve ... and creators to create, while at the same time protecting content producers and artists. The media statement is also available ...

  8. Support us

    ... Engage with sectors using and innovating with copyright content through policy round tables, forums, online and through social media. ...

  9. Australia Signs Treaty giving Blind and Visually Impaired access to Books

    ... (BVIP) can only access 2-7% of the world’s published content.  The Marrakesh Treaty tackles this drought of works in two ways, by ...

  10. Righting the copyright imbalance

    ... has profoundly changed the way we access, share and create content. It enables widespread access to knowledge, new opportunities for ...

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