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Internet (almost) killed the video star: Federal Court grants orders to block ripping of music videos
This is a robust, efficient tool for Australian copyright owners to tackle the problem of online copyright infringement.
Australia
2 Jul 2019
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Entertainment: Holding Redlich: expert guide to the 2018 federal budget
Key points of the federal budget from the perspective of entertainment.
Australia
15 May 2018
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Sound advice – How not to be a Slave - when signing a record contract
In a recent meeting with journalists, Prince said "record contracts are just like – I'm gonna say the word - slavery.
Australia
11 Sep 2015
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Belvoir St Theatre: performance rights via social media: Opinion Piece
The Belvoir St Theatre secured permission from American musician Taylor Swift to use her smash hit song "Shake It Off".
Australia
13 Aug 2015
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From vinyl to digital - the second hand digital music market and implications for copyright
Based on Australian copyright law as it currently stands, the resale of digital goods and music might not be permitted.
Australia
2 Feb 2015
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Spotify and Ministry of Sound settle copyright infringement claim in UK
If Ministry of Sound had a crack at Spotify here in Australia, they could have forced Spotify to delete the playlists.
Australia
12 Mar 2014
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Bound 2 have a big pay day? Kanye faces another copyright battle
Kanye is being sued for copyright infringement in respect of his recent hit "Bound 2".
Australia
21 Jan 2014
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Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF) resonates with viewers
The annual HRAFF continues to appeal to audiences with its eclectic mix of confronting and innovative subject matter.
Australia
12 Jun 2013
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Resale of digital music files constitutes copyright infringement in the United States
This U.S. case is likely to have a significant influence on the legal interpretation of digital resales in Australia.
Australia
27 Apr 2013
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Sound-alikes: How Close To The Sun Can You Fly Following The Kookaburra Case?
Can you use two bars of music without permission? While the question may seem straightforward, the answer following the Federal Court’s decision of Larrikin Music Publishing Pty Ltd v EMI Songs Publishing Pty Ltd [2010] FCA 29 ("Kookaburra Case") is not.
Australia
9 May 2010
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Men at Work’s hit song Down Under infringes copyright in folk song Kookaburra
Justice Jacobson of the Federal Court has ruled that the 1981 hit song, Down Under by Men at Work, infringed copyright in the well known Australian folk song, Kookaburra, written in 1934.
Australia
24 Feb 2010
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Licensed Premises Update: Commencement Of Important Changes To Approval Of POPEs
Important changes to the process and substance of Place of Public Entertainment (POPE) approvals are about to commence.
Australia
 
1 Nov 2007
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Intellectual Property News
Intellectual property news in Australia and Internationally
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19 Aug 2007
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Copying Your Favourite CD Can Now Be Legal
The Australian Copyright Amendment Act 2006 was passed on 11 December 2006 as part of the Commonwealth Government’s copyright reforms in response to new challenges posed by emerging technologies and the growth of the digital environment.
Australia
29 Jun 2007
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When Copy Controls Upset Customers, It´s Time For New Tune
When politicians start describing acts of common sense as "groundbreaking" then you must wonder what you’ve been missing out on in the past.
Australia
28 Mar 2007
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"You´re Nicked! Now Cuff ´Im Boys And Put ´Im In The Paddy Wagon."New Criminal Offences For Copyright Infringement Will Catch Out Big And Small Players Alike
Are you a criminal? You might need to re-think your answer if the Federal Government passes its proposed new copyright laws. The proposed laws introduce tough criminal provisions that could catch out a lot of people.
Australia
 
30 Nov 2006
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Is P2P Going Legal?
The major recording and movie studios (studios) have faced an increasingly serious problem over past few years: they are losing billions of dollars in their sales of CDs and DVDs.
Australia
24 Nov 2005
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