Submission to Department of Communication and the Arts: Copyright Modernisation Consultation Paper

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Abstract

Consultation Period:
March 19, 2018 09:00 AEDT to July 04, 2018 17:00 AEST
2018 marks 50 years since the passage of the Copyright Act 1968. Uses of copyright content are changing with in the digital world. The Productivity Commission has suggested ways copyright can adapt to reflect changing interests.

We are consulting to:
- establish whether there is general support for any of the options for copyright reform proposed by the Productivity Commission in its report on Australia's Intellectual Property Arrangements, which relate to three areas including:
- flexible exceptions
- access to orphan works
- contracting out of copyright exceptions
- understand your views as promised by the government in its response to the Productivity Commission report
- inform advice to the government to support copyright policy that reflects the interests of copyright creators, users and distributors.
Original languageEnglish
TypeSubmission to Federal Government
Media of outputOnline Government website
PublisherDepartment of Communication and the Arts, Australian Federal Government
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jun 2018

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Cantatore, F. (2018, Jun 12). Submission to Department of Communication and the Arts: Copyright Modernisation Consultation Paper. Department of Communication and the Arts, Australian Federal Government.
Cantatore, Francina. / Submission to Department of Communication and the Arts: Copyright Modernisation Consultation Paper. 2018. Department of Communication and the Arts, Australian Federal Government.
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