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April 5, 2013

Career Fund Recipients Taking Australian Creativity Overseas

Talented Australian creators will take their careers to the world stage thanks to professional development funding through the Copyright Agency Career Fund. Twelve Australian creators will share in over $32,000 to help build their careers and professional skills through residencies and mentorships in countries as diverse as Norway, Bangladesh, France and Japan. Cultural Fund Manager […]

April 2, 2013

US Court Holds Google’s Book Digitisation is ‘Fair Use’

On 14 November, Judge Denny Chin held that Google’s digitisation of millions of books was ‘fair use’ under US copyright law. The decision (available here) is the latest development in the protracted legal process since authors and publishers initially took legal action against Google in 2005. Authors’ and publishers’ representatives reached a ‘class action’ settlement […]

March 25, 2013

Government Releases Cultural Policy

The government released its National Cultural Policy, Creative Australia, on 13 March. The policy is an outcome of the Government’s 2020 summit in 2008, and the first national cultural policy since Creative Nation in 2004. The policy sets out five goals covering covering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; cultural diversity; the central role of […]

February 27, 2013

Jail Time for NZ Copyright Infringement

The sun goes down on New Zealand karaoke business owner Desmond Adams, convicted and jailed for onselling music files that breach New Zealand copyright. As the owner of 1st Choice Karaoke in Rotorua, Mr Adams provided karaoke as well as DJ equipment throughout New Zealand. He also operated two websites with international sales reported to […]

February 27, 2013

ALRC Copyright Inquiry

As part of its inquiry into copyright and the digital economy, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) received 283 submissions in response to the Issues Paper released on 20 August 2012. All of these submissions are published on the ALRC website. The main submissions seeking changes that would adversely affect the interests of Copyright Agency|Viscopy members […]

February 13, 2013

Creators in Education Sector Critical

Recognition of the valuable work done by creators in the education sector is critical for the ongoing investment in quality content for Australian students. Several articles have been published recently on issues surrounding education and copyright. In a blog post by Canadian novelist John Degan, he argues against the recent actions by the Ontario Library […]

January 10, 2013

Career Fund – It’s About You

Would you like some money? Would you like your career to move to the next level? If you’re like most of us, you probably answered yes to both questions. The Career Fund can help you with both these things. The Fund provides support for people working in all areas of publishing and visual arts industries […]

December 17, 2012

Creative Fund Recipients Announced

A spoken word poet, an installation artist and a photographer are just some of the talent who will be taking their careers to the next level thanks to Copyright Agency’s Career Fund. Eight successful applicants from around Australia will share in $21,050 through the latest round of grants from the Career Fund, which provides support […]

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