Australia

How to Tweak Copyright Law?

posted February 24, 2017

Australian copyright law produces some curious outcomes. A national report says it also forces up the cost of access to information and cultural products, hobbles artistic creation and educational innovation, and hinders transition to a knowledge-based economy. It recommends adjustments, but lawmakers are under copyright-industry pressure to maintain a grudging status quo.

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Taking Aim at the Frackers

posted May 30, 2014

Take Anna Broinowski's word for it: If you want to make a great protest film, you can supercharge your agitprop with techniques you can learn from... North Korea?

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