By Nicolas Suzor, Queensland University of Technology. Dr Suzor is a Life Member and former Chair of EFA. Everyone knows there’s a problem with copyright. Artists get paid very little for their work, and legitimate consumers aren’t getting a very … Continue reading

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Dr Rebecca Giblin, Senior Lecturer in Law at Monash University has just published 'Evaluating Graduated Response', a paper which examines the evidence behind claims by major rightsholders that ‘graduated response’ schemes are successful and effective. Graduated response (or ‘three strikes’) … Continue reading

By Angela Daly, Swinburne University of Technology. Angela is a Board Member of EFA.   This article was originally published on 24th May 2013 in:     Free trade: it sounds good for innovation, doesn’t it? Well, not necessarily – … Continue reading

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A coalition of organisations representing a diversity of interests have come together from around the world to ask for A Fair Deal on intellectual property (IP) in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade agreement being … Continue reading

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EFA congratulates iiNet Limited on its historic victory in the High Court in the long-running Roadshow v iiNet case. The High Court has unanimously dismissed claims made by rights owners that an ISP should act to stop copyright infringements by … Continue reading

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