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Younger users account for the vast majority of online copyright infringement.
Australia is currently just outside the top 10 ICT Development Index countries.
Australia is among the countries with the highest percentage of individuals using the internet.
Household Communications expenditure as a proportion of total final household expenditure continues to rise.
We’re all talking about it. Data—how to best make it available to the market for the creation of new products and services.
While productivity growth driven by the use of IT in Australia appears to be falling—a new BCR study found that IT has stimulated the productivity...
The Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) releases its new online Communications Monitor.
The Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) has released a report on the communications sector: recent trends and developments. The report provides...
We are excited to announce that we are changing our name.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR), in collaboration with Creative Partnerships Australia, has released new analysis on private...
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR) has released a working paper on the trends and drivers in the affordability of communications...
We are seeking feedback on the extent to which the current Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting Societies promotes fair and efficient outcomes for both members and licensees of copyright collecting societies in Australia.
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