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Tech start-ups: Let us end the irrational fear of software patents
For local technology start-ups, patent protection and a robust patent system are crucial for success in the market.
Australia
3 Feb 2018
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Productivity Commission weighs in on software patents in Australia
The Report examines the Intellectual Property (IP) system in detail, and makes recommendations to improve its operation.
Australia
31 Jan 2017
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Productivity Commission weighs in on software patents: Fortunately it's all talk and no action
This Report examines Australia's IP system in detail, and makes recommendations to improve its operation.
Australia
29 Dec 2016
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First site-blocking orders in relation to sites facilitating film copyright infringement, made by Federal Court of Australia
The orders required Australian CSPs to block domain names relating to websites facilitating film copyright infringement.
Australia
22 Dec 2016
5
Software patent wars: A new hope
This APO decision upheld the patent eligibility of an invention relating to software functionality in a gaming machine.
Australia
29 Jul 2016
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Hopes dashed – High Court of Australia rejects leave to appeal for software patent applicant
Australian patent applicants and patentees will have to continue to adapt to the law as set out in previous decisions.
Australia
10 May 2016
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Software patents in Australia: Hope in a High Court appeal
The RPL case is on appeal to the HCA, which has never considered the patentability of computer-implemented technologies.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
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Patent Office guidelines for computer implemented inventions
The Patent Office has recently released new guidelines on the patentability of computer implemented inventions.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
9
Software patents in Australia: challenging times ahead
The Court introduced new and unexpected requirements for patentability of inventions in the information technology space.
Australia
22 Dec 2015
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Dallas Buyers Club - The downloaders strike back
In the war over illegal downloads, the judgment is a big win for the downloaders and a huge setback for copyright owners.
Australia
31 Aug 2015
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ISP forced to hand over details of online pirates
The copyright owner should uncover details for those who downloaded pirate versions of the movie Dallas Buyers Club.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
12
Winter is coming, but probably not for online copyright pirates
This new legal remedy against online sites for "facilitating" copyright infringement has broad and indeterminate scope.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
13
Online copyright infringement - website blocking injunctions proposed
The bill follows some European countries, to allow copyright owners to apply for a blocking injunction against an ISP. .
Australia
6 Apr 2015
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Fair use copyright law may boost cloud services
Adoption of US-style fair use provisions in copyright law could spur new types of cloud computing services in Australia.
Australia
 
23 Feb 2014
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The Privacy Act and the Cloud
The Privacy Act comes into effect in a period of turbulence, with a surge in subscriptions to cloud computing services.
Australia
9 Feb 2014
16
Is your IP Address Personal Information?
One confusing area in the revised Privacy Act is defining what is considered 'Personally Identifiable Information'.
Australia
9 Feb 2014
17
Conclusion: the development and future of big data
The promise and potential of big data must be matched by a considered approach to collection, storage, licensing and use.
Australia
7 Feb 2014
18
Big data as a privacy concern
Privacy issues require a considered strategy where sets of big data come with ever-increasing regulatory obligations.
Australia
7 Feb 2014
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Can use of a database be protected via a contract or license?
For securely controlled databases, a contract is the best method to restrict and control access and use of the data.
Australia
7 Feb 2014
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Does the law recognise the 'confidential information' contained in a database?
The right to enforce a duty of confidence is recognised in major common law jurisdictions with similar pre-conditions.
Australia
7 Feb 2014
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