We are seeking stakeholder views on the operation of the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015.
Why we want your inputWe are committed to working closely with stakeholders to help reduce online copyright infringement. We want to hear from you to ensure that the mechanism introduced by the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015 is working as effectively and efficiently as possible.
How you can voice your opinionYou can provide a written submission in response to our consultation paper.
What will be the outcome of this consultation?Your submissions will contribute to our review of the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015.
We are seeking stakeholder views on the operation of the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015 (Online Infringement Amendment).
The Online Infringement Amendment enables a copyright owner to apply to the Federal Court of Australia to block access to an online location operated outside Australia with the primary purpose of infringing (or facilitating infringement of) copyright content.
This review supports the Australian Government’s commitment to review the operation of the Online Infringement Amendment.
The review will examine:
- The effectiveness and efficiency of the mechanism introduced by the Online Infringement Amendment
- How well the application process and injunctions, once granted are working for parties
We will consider written submissions in response to issues raised in the consultation paper until 16 March 2018 5:00pm AEST .
Enquiries about the consultation paper can be directed by email to email@example.com.
Review of Copyright Online Infringement Amendment
Published 13th Feb 2018
Information on the Review of Copyright Online Infringement Amendment.
Formal submissions have been made public.
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