Universities Australia backs calls for fairer copyright laws

« Universities Australia welcomes the Productivity Commission’s report on Australia’s Intellectual Property Arrangements, which calls for the introduction of a « fair use » exception to copyright laws.

The report recommends the Government amend the Copyright Act (1968) to introduce a broad, principles-based fair use exception.

Universities Australia’s submission to the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry advocated for this reform. (…) »

source > universitiesaustralia.edu.au, 20 décembre 2016