The Australian Digital Alliance drafts policy submissions to government, engages in legal cases concerning copyright and prepares publications on new developments in copyright law and policy.

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Submissions

Copyright law and policy submissions to government consultations

  • 02 May 2012

    Submission of the ALCC in response to the Attorney-General's Department Consultation paper: Extending Legal Deposit.

  • 24 February 2012

    Since the recent Federal Court decision in Optus v NRL, which ruled that consumers could record free-to-air TV to the cloud for playback to their mobile phones, tablets, PCs and notebooks within the scope of private copying provisions of the Copyright Act, the football codes have been lobbying government fiercely for legislative amendment.

  • 01 November 2011

    Joint submission from the ADA and ALCC in response to the Attorney-General's Consultation Paper on revising the scope of the safe harbour scheme in the Copyright Act 1968. The ADA and ALCC support the expansion of safe harbours to cover the range of service providers contemplated by the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA).

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