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Author Australia. Attorney-General's Department.

Title Review of audiovisual copyright law : issues paper / Attorney-General's Department
Published Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1982
Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1982


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Description 145 pages ; 25 cm + supp., June 1983
Contents Includes glossary
Summary "On 12 July 1981 the Attorney-General, Senator Peter Durack Q.C., announced that his Department would review the audiovisual copying provisions of the Copyright Act... This paper is the first stage of the consultative process which will eventually lead to the formation of recommendations by the Department to the Attorney-General... The purpose of this paper is to identify and collect together the issues raised in submissions so that, during further consideration and discussion, all affected interests are fully aware of the concerns and suggestions of others. To that extent this paper sets the boundaries of the current review." -- from the Introduction, p. 11-12
Notes "Cat. No. 82 1322 2"
In English
Subject Australia. Copyright Act 1968.
Audio-visual education -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Audio-visual materials -- Australia.
Audio-visual materials.
Copyright and audio-visual education -- Australia.
Copyright -- Broadcasting rights -- Australia.
Copyright -- Official information -- Australia.
Copyright -- Audiotapes -- Australia.
Copyright -- Sound recordings -- Australia.
Copyright -- Australia.
Fair use (Copyright) -- Australia.
Law -- Australia.
Author Australia. Attorney-General's Department.
ISBN 064401976X
Other Titles Audio-visual copyright law, issues paper