Australia Digital Platforms Inquiry

Calls for sweeping changes to the regulatory landscape governing digital platforms were made with the release of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platform’s Inquiry (Inquiry) Report earlier this year. The Inquiry focused on the impact of ‘platform services’ or ‘digital platforms’, including digital search engines, social media platforms, and other digital

2020-08-06T16:25:48+10:00May 4th, 2020|

The PirateBay Enables Free Streaming Through Torrents Time Plug-In

As of this year, The Pirate Bay, the notorious torrent-sharing site, offers free streaming via the plug-in Torrents Time (TT). This plug-in has transformed The Pirate Bay overnight into the largest video streaming website on the net, making it easier than ever before for users to access copyright-infringing content online. Will the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015 apply to these new online innovations? And what does this mean for ISPs, copyright holders and web-surfers?

2017-02-17T17:10:23+11:00May 16th, 2016|

The Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper – An Overview

This month, the Australian Attorney-General’s Department officially released its Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper, seeking comments from the public on how best to develop a legal framework to reduce online copyright infringement in Australia. Online piracy is a serious concern worldwide, and when it comes to illegal downloading, Australians are among the world’s worst

2017-02-17T17:01:47+11:00August 28th, 2014|

Image Rights for Young Athletes

Managing the Image Rights for Young Athletes Just as children are educated at school to manage their social media interactions, young athletes should be conscious of the way they use social media. There are certainly benefits to using social media as we have discussed in a previous post, but precaution should also be taken. From

2017-02-17T16:58:29+11:00April 24th, 2014|
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