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Media sector consolidation and the ACCC
Recent reforms to the media diversity rules create new opportunities for consolidation in the Australian media sector.
Australia
4 Dec 2017
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Media and telecommunications changes
The government has announced cuts to the ABC and SBS, but funds to improve services in regional areas of Australia.
Australia
21 May 2014
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Australian Convergence Review: Regulation of media and Internet content
The Report proposes substantive changes to Australia's media, telecommunications, Internet, and regulatory landscape.
Australia
20 May 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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ACCC cracks down on misleading advertising
Considers how ACCC is targeting advertising in telecommunications and is cracking down on any misleading media.
Australia
11 Aug 2011
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Spam (not the canned variety): How can you comply?
Businesses face significant fines where they distribute spam. Therefore, they must ensure that they have processes in place that enable compliance with the Spam Act 2003 (Cth) (Act).
Australia
15 Dec 2010
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Privacy Law Changes on the Horizon
The privacy landscape in Australia is changing. Your business needs to ensure that its policies and procedures reflect these changes
Australia
15 Dec 2010
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To "Like" or not to "Like": Businesses and Social Media
Social media represents significant marketing benefits to businesses; offering potentially vast exposure with minimal overhead.
Australia
15 Dec 2010
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Communications, media and technology report: the search for growth
The world has experienced a period of profound economic dislocation since the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. Economic activity fell sharply and confidence collapsed in developed economies as the credit crisis unfurled. In sharp contrast, economic growth accelerated over this period in many developing economies led by the rising economic powerhouses of China and India.
Australia
23 Nov 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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Hollywood v ISP – iiNet held not responsible for its customers’ copyright infringement
Federal Court dismisses claim by multi-national alliance of motion picture and recording industry companies 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
8 Feb 2010
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High Court Decision Thaws Copyright Protection For Data Compilations
In a landmark copyright case, the High Court unanimously held that IceTV did not infringe copyright by reproducing individual items of time and title information from Nine Network's weekly television schedules.
Australia
 
24 Apr 2009
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Legal Issues Arising From IPTV
“Good evening and welcome to television” were the immortal words of Australia’s first television broadcast. Now almost 50 years on television programs are capable of being delivered by a number of different platforms including the Internet Welcome to Internet Protocol TV (IPTV).
Australia
5 Nov 2006
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