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Federal Government responds to Productivity Commission Inquiry into Intellectual Property Arrangements
While broadly supportive, the Australian Government will proceed cautiously with implementation of the recommendations.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
2
Smooth sailing ahead for anti-piracy website blocking orders
Copyright owners and ISPs now have clearer guidance about obtaining website-blocking orders to tackle online piracy.
Australia
26 May 2017
3
Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Coders beware: it's a question of quality not quantity when assessing copyright infringement
Using even a small proportion of third party software without a licence could be held to be copyright infringement.
Australia
31 Mar 2017
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Punitive damages for design infringement in burqini™ swimwear battle but no ordinary damages
Before manufacture and sale of any new products, a trader should complete intellectual property or internet searches.
Australia
20 Feb 2017
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Decision that there's no copyright in digital data signals stands, following High Court rebuff
Digital data streaming might be commercially valuable, but it isn't a cinematograph film under the Copyright Act.
Australia
16 Feb 2017
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Court awards $34,822 for copyright infringement - and $400,000 for bad behaviour
The Court will impose tough penalties where the copyright infringement is blatant and involves dishonest conduct.
Australia
 
8 Feb 2017
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The cost of dealing with employee information theft
The case shows the importance of being vigilant and acting promptly to minimise the risk and impact of information theft.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
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One infringement to rule them all: Federal Court finds jewellery infringes copyright in Lord of the Rings
A fictional phrase in a fictional language was protected, and its unauthorised reproduction infringed that copyright.
Australia
22 Sep 2016
10
Registering designs for new products can be a fan-tastic way to protect yourself
You can make sure your competitors cannot make products with a similar appearance and to kill your competitive advantage.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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What happens if the government uses software without a licence agreement? Possibly, very little
It's far from clear, and so far, untested, if the Crown use provisions in the Copyright Act apply to computer programs.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
12
No copyright in digital data signals, says Full Federal Court
The Copyright Act does not protect digitally created streams of data images and live content, which is then broadcast.
Australia
4 Jul 2016
13
Implications of the Dallas Buyers Club v iiNet decisions
These decisions may broaden the law on copyright infringement, and set more hurdles for preliminary discovery applicants.
Australia
4 May 2016
14
Keeping up with the Joneses will cost you, if it's also a flagrant copyright infringement
The Court has power to award a substantial sum of additional damages for infringement of copyright that is flagrant.
Australia
3 May 2016
15
CU LAB: When employees walk, does your confidential information go with them?
There are ways to minimise risks to corporate confidential information and employers should be proactive in this area.
Australia
8 Mar 2016
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Australian Government proposes various changes to the Copyright Act
The changes aim to assist the disability, educational, libraries and archives sectors and expand the safe harbour scheme.
Australia
7 Feb 2016
17
Striking the right balance: Australia's intellectual property arrangements under review
The Issues Paper confirms that this is a wholesale review of the way in which IP is protected and enforced in Australia.
Australia
20 Oct 2015
18
Copycat building is copyright infringement, says court
The court ordered a home-owner to strip out architectural features after finding that the design had infringed copyright.
Australia
1 Sep 2015
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Australian Government announces intellectual property inquiry by the Productivity Commission
The Productivity Commission will examine the balance between promoting competition and protecting intellectual property.
Australia
25 Aug 2015
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Dallas Buyers Club (DBC) given a shot across the bow in latest copyright piracy salvo
The Federal Court limited the types of claims DBC can make of alleged pirates ‒ and ordered it to pay a $600,000 bond.
Australia
24 Aug 2015
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