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Copyright enforcement – have your say, Australia

With all the media attention surrounding data retention over the past week, another big issue affecting all Australians – online copyright enforcement – has almost taken a back seat. However it’s still a burning issue, so here’s an update of … Continue reading

Site blocking: Does it work?

To preface this blog, let me point out, yet again, that we think piracy is wrong. This blog is not a ‘how to’ session on copyright infringement, we don’t do that. This is more of an attempt to educate people … Continue reading

What’s the issue with Piracy in Australia?

Another news cycle, and yet again we see the recycled claims suggesting Australia is the worst nation in the world for Internet piracy. This may not actually be the case, but there can be no debate that work still remains … Continue reading

Copyright or copywrong? The state of copyright in Australia

Tomorrow marks the two-year anniversary of the online protests that killed the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the US. On the eve of what activists are calling ‘Internet Freedom Day’, we review the situation in Australia where changes … Continue reading

The tide is rising: copyright and intellectual property

The issue of copyright and intellectual property (IP) has raised its head again. Some news reports have suggested that the new Government may rekindle talks on anti-piracy measures. While more recently the Trans-Pacific Partnership has grabbed headlines with its intellectual … Continue reading

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