08 Jun 2005

Copyright and Intellectual Property

This section provides information on copyright and intellectual property laws and their application in Australia, including mulitmedia and the digital environment.

The Copyright Act 1968 is the legislation from which copyright law in Australia stems.

Copyright information can often be difficult but it is essential, regardless of whether you are creating art or managing a collection of other people's work.

Computer software, CD-ROMs and the Internet have made compliance with copyright law more complex. It can be difficult to establish what are your rights and responsibilities.

Below are documents and related websites to guide you.

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