Dallas Buyers Club wins landmark piracy case, ISP Code of Conduct and the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill
Arts Law supports the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 as it allows copyright owners to block access to online locations that engage in the flagrant infringement of copyright. The Bill balances the interests of the copyright owners, ISPs and operators of the online location as the impact of an injunction on each stakeholder will be taken into account before the Court makes a decision to block access to an online location.
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Arts Law's telephone lines have been restored and our service has returned to normal. We thank everyone for their patience and understanding during the outage. We are now working through the backlog of legal queries and are asking that those who have submitted queries recently bear with us as there may be a short delay in responding.
Free Webinar 11AM 21st May 2015
Do you create original artworks, text or songs? Do you ever use other’s material in your own or want to give permission to others to use yours? Come along to this introductory free copyright webinar in which we explain the basics of copyright protection. No prior copyright knowledge required, and we promise to break it into easy to chew bits!
Arts Law checked the terms for the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award 2015.
Free Webinar. 11am 7th May 2015
Are you one of the 1.4 million active sellers on Etsy, one of the world’s largest e-commerce sites? Etsy has become a popular marketplace for independent artists who want to sell their handmade products and crafts around the world. This session is for visual artists, craftspeople and jewellers who want to know how to protect their work online and what to know about the terms and conditions of using the site.
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