Tag Archives: ALRC

Copyright has been firmly back on the agenda in recent months. We’ve seen the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) release its report on copyright which recommended that Australia adopt a “fair use” exception to copyright infringement. Yet we’ve also seen … Continue reading

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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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Electronic Frontiers Australia was honoured to host ANU College of Law Associate Professor Dr Matthew Rimmer as our second guest in our Speak Out event series. EFA Speak Out events use Google Hangout On Air to showcase a local or … Continue reading

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EFA is proud to announce that we will be joined by Dr Matthew Rimmer from the ANU College of Law for our second Speak Out event. Dr Rimmer is a leading academic commentator on issues relating to intellectual property and international … Continue reading

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The following post is a response from EFA Board Member Angela Daly to an article by Linda Jaivin, ‘Long story short: Fair Use is theft by any other name’ that was published in the Fairfax media on 31 July 2013. As an … Continue reading

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