- Artificial intelligence
The context for copyright enforcement has changed significantly since the passing of the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015.
We support more effective recognition and protection of ICIP in Australia, including legal and nonlegal mechanisms.
Finishing the modernisation of the Copyright Act 1968, recognising and protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) and equitable access to Australia’s cultural heritage should be priorities for the new Cultural Policy.
There are important copyright considerations that need to be factored into the future regulation of automated decision making (ADM) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Australia needs a copyright system that is digital-first and the Access Reform Bill provides the opportunity for Australia to embrace an effective online future.
The proposed Copyright access reforms would improve the position of Australia’s creative and cultural industries in the face of COVID-19 and future challenges.
With copyright and IP increasingly included in international treaties and free trade agreements, the secrecy of trade negotiations reduces the transparency around IP negotiations, which is almost invariably contrary to the public interest.
The ADA provides ideas on how the proposed mandatory News media bargaining code can avoid unintended impacts on copyright law and Australian's ability to share news online.