Review of Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting Societies
How it works
We invite you to share your views on the specific questions raised in the discussion paper, and other issues relevant to the terms of reference for this review.
- contact name
- organisation name, if applicable
- contact details, including telephone number, postal and email addresses
- if the submission is requested to be confidential, reasons as to why.
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Please click on the 'Have your say now' button below to upload your submission.
Email to send submission to: codereview [at] communications.gov.au
Postal address to send submission to:
Copyright Code Review
Director, Emerging Policy Issues
Bureau of Communications and Arts Research
Department of Communications and the Arts
GPO Box 2154
CANBERRA ACT 2601
Start date/time: 25/08/2017
End date/time: 29/09/2017 / 5:00pm AEST
Make a comment
If you don't want to upload a submission you can simply make a comment on any aspect of the review here.
Comments received will help inform the draft report that will be issued for public consultation in late 2017. Individual comments made will not be published but may be summarised in aggregate in the draft report.