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Redbubble defeated in Pokémon battle: infringement of copyright
This recent Federal Court decision shows how consumer and copyright laws can interact with a developing digital economy.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
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IP Australia launches intellectual property mediation service
On 10 July 2017, IP Australia launched its IP Mediation Referral Service.
Australia
30 Jul 2017
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Perhaps a landmark case for interlink services incorporating IP
This case is an important alert to other online hubs connecting users or facilitating trade in products incorporating IP.
Australia
7 Sep 2016
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Royalty-free impermanence, disembodied copyright
The increasing use of digitised transmission or data signals leaves the images and sounds without copyright protection.
Australia
20 Jul 2016
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Why Geo-dodging to watch US Netflix should be officially OK
These are some of the highlights of the Productivity Commission Draft Report on Intellectual Property (IP) Arrangements.
Australia
13 May 2016
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Santa Claus is Comin to Town - and away from the studio! An IP Tale of how a family won back a Christmas classic
The copyright royalties to this Christmas classic may revert to the family of the song writer John Frederick Coots.
Australia
28 Dec 2015
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Happy royalties to you
Until recently, using the full Happy Birthday song would mean paying royalties to the purported owner of the copyright.
Australia
9 Dec 2015
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#YourRights on Instagram
You don't have to be a great photographer to care about what happens when you upload your photo.
Australia
29 Nov 2015
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A stitch in time saves nine - Licensing and copyright in building plans
An important issue to be considered was that of authority under licence to use constructions plans prepared by a party.
Australia
9 Nov 2015
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A stitch in time saves nine - licensing and copyright in building plans
We discuss the appeal decision in Tamawood v Habitare.
Australia
1 Nov 2015
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Belvoir St Theatre: performance rights via social media: Opinion Piece
The Belvoir St Theatre secured permission from American musician Taylor Swift to use her smash hit song "Shake It Off".
Australia
13 Aug 2015
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Performers’ Rights
Performers and artists must be aware of their rights in relation to the creative work that they produce.
Australia
16 Sep 2013
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