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Australia has joined an international treaty that will help an estimated 285 million people with vision impairment worldwide enjoy greater access...
The Australian Government is looking to appoint up to two new part-time non-judicial members to the Copyright Tribunal of Australia.
The Government has released the results of the 2016 online copyright infringement survey, which show an overall decrease in the level of...
The Government has reappointed the Honourable Justice Jayne Jagot as Deputy President of the Copyright Tribunal of Australia for a further five...
The Ernst & Young Cost Benefit Analysis Report has been published.
Government releases its Response to the Productivity Commission’s Report on Intellectual Property Arrangements in Australia.
We are consulting on the exposure draft of new copyright regulations to make sure they are fit for purpose in the digital environment.
The Australian Government presented the Productivity Commission's final report on its Inquiry into Australia's Intellectual Property (IP)...
From 1 January 2019, new copyright terms will apply works, sound recordings and films, dependent upon whether the material has been made public...
A Bill was introduced in Parliament today to extend safe harbour provisions in the Copyright Act 1968.
We are seeking views on an exposure draft of both the Copyright Regulations 2017 and the Copyright Legislation Amendment (Technological Protection Measures) Regulations 2017 to ensure they are fit for purpose.
New legislation introduced today will ensure our copyright laws are up to date and fit for purpose in the digital age.
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.
We have released a consultation paper and are seeking your views on copyright reform.
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