Supporting a creative Australia by promoting the benefit of copyright for the common good
The Australian Copyright Council is an independent, non-profit organisation. Founded in 1968, we represent the peak bodies for professional artists and content creators working in Australia’s creative industries and Australia’s major copyright collecting societies.
- 21/10/2014 Court orders preliminary discovery of source code
- 20/10/2014 Cambridge, Oxford, Sage v GSU
- 08/10/2014 Copyright in Software Updates
- 08/10/2014 Copyright infringement in photograph: Federal Court refuses summary judgment application in case where identity of subject of photograph in dispute
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2015 Program coming soon
Thank you to everyone who attended our 2014 seminars. Watch this space for our 2015 program.
The first edition of Interactive Games & Copyright is now in stock. The games industry is quickly becoming one of the biggest, most dynamic and interesting of all the copyright industries. This practical guide is aimed at games developers and publishers. Follow this link to purchase your copy now
The new edition of Historians & Copyright aow available for purchase! The book outlines the general law of copyright in Australia and addresses some specific questions relating to the copyright problems of historians. This practical guide considers copyright from the perspective of historians as owners of copyright and discuss issues such as publishing contracts.
Photographers & Copyright and Advertising, Communications & Copyright are due for release before Christmas, so stay tuned. In the meantime, we still have discounted copies of several titles, such as Current Issues 2009 and User Generated Content (2010). Please click here to visit our shopsite to purchase. But hurry, stocks are limited!