New Speakers Announced for ADA Forum – Fair Use For the Future

With only five days left to secure early bird rates, the program for the ADA Forum is looking sensational. 

We are delighted to welcome the Minister responsible for copyright, the Attorney-General and Minister for the Arts the Hon George Brandis QC, to open the forum. 

Our first keynote speaker of the day is Professor Jill McKeough, who was the Commissioner in charge of the recent ALRC review into copyright exceptions.  Our afternoon keynote speaker is Professa Niva Elkin-Koren, Director of the Haifa Centre for Law and Technology and world expert on user’s rights.  

Other distinguished speakers include Professor Dan Hunter, Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation, QUT; the Hon Ed Husic MP, Federal Member for Chifley, committee member for At what cost?  IT pricing and the Australia tax inquiry; Dan Ilic, Comedian, writer and filmaker and mastermind of www.creationistas.com; Dr Nic Suzor, Senior Lecturer QUT School of Law; Alex Byrne, State Librarian State Library of NSW; Fiona Phillips, Executive Director Australian Copyright Council; Madison Cartwright, Campaigns Coordinator Choice; Kursten LeinsHead of Strategic Growth, Ericcson;  Carolyn DaltonExecutive director Policy Australia; Delia BrowneNational Copyright Director, National Copyright Unit; Anne Flahvin, Media and Communications Cousel, Policy Australia.  

2014 is shaping up to be a huge year for copyright and the forum provides an opportunity to hear from some of the leading people in the area.  

So grab an early bird ticket and join us at the National Library on the 14th of February.  

To book, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/australian-digital-alliance-forum-2014-tickets-9830741011

Look forward to seeing you there!