Artists and arts organisations are particularly vulnerable to copyright infringement phishing scams – so be careful!
Arts Law’s Katherine Giles recaps the recent Roundtables looking at Artificial Intelligence’s impact on Copyright.
What do Clive Palmer, Puff Daddy and Ed Sheeran have in common? Why, we’re so glad you asked! Read more about music and copyright today.
Arts Law has reviewed the terms and conditions of My RØDE Cast 2019, a competition being run out of New South Wales.
The deadline for this competition is 12 March 2019. It is an international competition (with the exception of certain listed countries).
This is an inaugural competition for podcasters, where each entrant creates and submits an original 1–2 minute podcast for judging. The podcasts may be on any subject, in any creative format.
This competition is free to enter and offers several impressive prizes and an opportunity for exposure.
Arts Law has rated this competition 4 out of 5 stars.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the discussion on the growing presence of inauthentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ‘style’ art and craft products and merchandise for sale across Australia. In essence, our submission is that a prohibition on the sale of inauthentic products at all levels of the supply chain is the easiest and most efficient approach to address the problem.
In June 2017 Arts Law has reviewed The Law Society of New South Wales’ “Just Art” competition.
This Letter to the Editor was published in June 17 217 edition of The Saturday Paper in response to the article Artistic Licence by Patricia Aufderheide.
Arts Law recently lodged our submission to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science in response to the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into Intellectual Property Arrangements Final Report.
Arts law is particularly concerned by some of the proposals in the draft report. The undervaluation of artists' contributions and the lack of consideration of Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property issues, the suggestion that the optimal copyright term is 15 to 25 years after creation, the proposal to remove parallel import restrictions for books and the fair use provisions proposed in the draft report. You can read our full submission here.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) is pleased to comment on the Productivity Commission Issues Paper.