October 16, 2021

Statement

On Friday, the Copyright Tribunal delivered its decision in relation to the rate that media monitoring companies, iSentia and Meltwater, should pay to use news publishers’ print and digital content in their monitoring services. The media monitoring organisations’ (MMOs) case began in 2017 following the development of a new licensing model by the Copyright Agency. […]

September 28, 2021

Tribunal update – better measurement for members

On 10 August Copyright Agency (CA) filed an important opening Position Paper with the Copyright Tribunal in support of implementing a new digital way of collecting data about the use of members’ material to teach millions of Australian school students..

May 18, 2021

Copyright Agency asks Copyright Tribunal for 21st century data collection from schools

Copyright Agency has made an application to the Copyright Tribunal of Australia, asking for assistance with designing new methodologies for collecting data from schools.

March 19, 2021

Copyright Tribunal update

Find out the latest on our cases before the Copyright Tribunal – an update from Adam Suckling, Copyright Agency CEO.

February 10, 2021

Update on schools survey

With the ongoing uncertainty related to the pandemic, Copyright Agency recently agreed with school sector representatives to continue the survey pause until the end of 2021.

October 28, 2020

Updates on our cases in the Tribunal

Copyright Agency would like to update members on the actions that have been proceeding in the Copyright Tribunal.

September 9, 2020

Copyright Tribunal hearing begins

The week starting 7 September 2020 was the first of a three-week hearing in Copyright Agency’s action against Universities Australia (UA).

May 20, 2019

Interim rate set in case against universities

A MESSAGE FROM CEO ADAM SUCKLING Dear members, As promised previously, I am writing to update you on progress in the Copyright Tribunal in the actions against Universities Australia (UA) and the Media Monitoring Organisations (MMOs). Recently, the Copyright Tribunal determined an interim rate that Universities Australia is required to pay in copyright licence fees […]