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Fakes welcome? IP protection lags behind for Indigenous artworks in Australia
Despite the symbolic win for Indigenous artists, a recent case highlights the inadequacies of the current laws in this area.
Australia
14 Aug 2019
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What is new in the Australian IP legal regime?
These changes will open Australia's IP protection regimes to encourage innovation from Australian companies and others.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
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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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Copyright vs freedom of the Internet: Round 1 just passed the European Parliament
The European Union Parliament recently adopted a controversial new "Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market".
Australia
17 May 2019
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Are you kicking goals when it comes to social media activity, or heading to the sin bin?
Social media posts are subject to the same legislation as publications and content made through traditional channels.
Australia
17 May 2019
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No safe harbour: Online platforms face choppy waters when it comes to copyright infringement
Article considers the outcome of two recent copyright infringement cases brought against an Australian online marketplace.
Australia
8 May 2019
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Career step – lessons on joint authorship of copyright
Recent case provides useful reminder of principles regarding whether a new copyright work is the result of joint authorship.
Australia
8 May 2018
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Maximise your IP to maximise your value: the relationship between intellectual property and franchise value
For a franchise to continue to be of value, a franchisor must actively manage and protect its intellectual property.
Australia
22 May 2017
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IP management plan - who needs one?
The Australian Government Intellectual Property Manual will assist government agencies to plan for and manage IP assets.
Australia
15 Aug 2012
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Hollywood v ISP – iiNet not liable for authorising copyright infringement by its customers
The High Court held that iiNet, an ISP, was not liable for authorising copyright infringement by its customers.
Australia
23 Apr 2012
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Optus TV Now decision prompts government to launch digital copyright review
In response to the Optus TV Now decision, the Government has ordered a review of copyright law in the digital environment.
Australia
11 Feb 2012
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Government proposes to update Australian copyright laws
A recent consultation paper proposes to broaden the scope of the 'safe harbour scheme' contained in the Copyright Act.
Australia
20 Oct 2011
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Optimising the value of intellectual property
Article considers proper management of IP ownership & control for franchisors seeking to sell their business.
Australia
11 Aug 2011
15
Yours or mine? – Determining copyright ownership in works created by employees
Employers generally believe that they own the copyright in all materials produced by their employees. However, this may not always be the case.
Australia
1 Mar 2011
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Controlled Foreign Company rules - UK:
In the Communications, Media and Technology Updater on 10 April, we commented on the proposals for the new In the Communications, Media and Technology Updater on 10 April, we commented on the proposals for the new Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) rules and their impact on IP rights following the release of a discussion document on 26 January 2010.(CFC) rules and their impact on IP rights following the release of a discussion document on 26 January 2010.
Australia
19 Jul 2010
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Hollywood v ISP - iiNet Held not Responsible For its Customers’ Copyright Infringement
On 4 February 2010, the Australian Federal Court dismissed a claim by a multi-national alliance of motion picture and recording industry companies, represented by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT), that iiNet, Australia’s third largest internet service provider, had authorised copyright infringement by failing to stop its customers from using the otherwise legitimate BitTorrent file sharing software system to download copyrighted movies.
Australia
9 Jun 2010
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Hollywood v ISP – iiNet Held Not Responsible for its Customers’ Copyright Infringement by Australian Federal Court
Hollywood v ISP: iiNet held not responsible for its customers’ copyright infringement by Australian Federal Court.
Australia
16 Apr 2010
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Google Adwords, Perpetual Licences and Customs Seizure in Intellectual Property, Reform of Controlled Foreign Company Rules and Impact on IP Rights, Substantial Reproduction of IP - Kookaburra case
This Communications, Media and Technology Updater includes Intellectual Property articles on the European Court of Justice delivering Google Adwords decision, BMS Business Solutions Limited v AB Agri Limited, a simplified procedure for customs seizure of goods infringing intellectual property rights, the Federal Court of Australia rules the iconic Australian Men at Work song "Down Under" infringes copyright in children's song and article on reform of the Controlled Foreign Company rules and thei
Worldwide
16 Apr 2010
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Hollywood v ISP - Appeal lodged against iiNet win
AFACT has lodged an appeal against iiNet. It contains 15 grounds for appeal and is expected to be heard later this year.
Australia
28 Feb 2010
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