• A guide to limiting ‘casual copying’ of images online

    Once your images are online, protecting them from being copied can seem impossible. While it is a difficult area to police, there are some measures you can take to limit ‘casual copying’.

    Using third party websites and social channels

    Understanding … Continued

  • Green-light for Copyright Agency and Viscopy merger

    After a successful five-year ‘Services Agreement’ and a Scheme of Arrangement approved by the Supreme Court, the corporate regulator ASIC and members, Copyright Agency and Viscopy will formally merge on 30 November.

    At extraordinary general meetings of the Copyright Agency … Continued

  • Code of Conduct review invites submissions

    The Department of Communications and the Arts is seeking feedback on the extent to which the current Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting Societies promotes fair and efficient outcomes for both members and licensees of copyright collecting societies in Australia.… Continued

  • Campaign helps bring on inquiry

    Almost a year on from its launch, the Fake Art Harms Culture campaign has successfully helped bring about an inquiry to more closely examine the impacts of inauthentic Indigenous art, with submissions open now.

    The House of Representatives Standing Committee … Continued