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A landmark Bill to end the book famine for Australians with a vision impairment is welcomed by peak copyright body the Australian Digital Alliance (ADA).
What is fair? That was the question that opened this year’s ADA Copyright Forum, setting the tone for a day of discussion of fairness, its practicalities and its opportunities at the National Library of Australia on 24 February.
On Friday 47 organisations from across Australia sent a letter to the Minister for Communications and the Arts supporting the Productivity Commission's recommendation that Australia should adopt a flexible fair use exception.
It's Public Domain Day - a time to reflect on and celebrate the important role that freely available and reusable copyright works play in building creativity, innovation and culture.
The Productivity Commission's recommendations for a fairer copyright system for all Australians are welcomed by peak body the Australian Digital Alliance (ADA).
Tickets sales are now live for the ADA's Copyright Forum 2017 - Fair Use, Flexibility and Exceptions for Creativity.
Today is a truly historic day in copyright, one some of us feared we'd never see. Today the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled comes into force.
An Open Letter from a diverse group of 24 organisations from across the Australian education, cultural and technology sectors was delivered to Senator Fifield, Minister for Communications and the Arts on Friday 19 August, congratulating him on his re-election and urging the prompt tabling of the Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Bill.
This week is Born Digital 2016, a week in which Australia's library community raises awareness of the importance of preserving digital content for the public good and as a record of 21st century history.