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On Friday, a diverse group of 25 organisations from across the Australian education, cultural and technology sectors wrote to Senator Fifield, Minister for Communications and the Arts, congratulating him on proposed changes to Australia’s copyright law which will foster innovation and provide much needed legal certainty for Australia's schools, universities, libraries and online service providers.
Respected copyright academic Kimberlee Weatherall has authored a policy paper for the Australian Digital Alliance (ADA) as a contribution to the crucial discussion on the copyright reform Australia’s digital economy needs.
The Australian Digital Alliance (ADA) welcomes today’s decision by the Federal Court in Roadshow Films v iiNet on copyright and intermediary liability. The decision affirms the importance of ISPs and other providers in the digital economy.
The Australian Digital Alliance (ADA) and the Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (ALCC) last Friday called on Government to urgently review the Copyright Legislation Amendment Bill 2004, which is expected to be debated in the Senate on Wednesday.