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Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000 (Cth)

This is a link to a complete version of the Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000 from the Australian Government Attorney General's Com Law website. It is an Act whose object is to: a) ensure the efficient operation of relevant industries in the online environment by: (i) promoting the creation of copyright material and the exploitation of new online technologies by allowing financial rewards for creators and investors; and(ii) providing a practical enforcement regime for copyright owners; and (iii) promoting access to copyright material online; and(b) promote certainty for communication and information technology industries that are investing in and providing online access to copyright material; and (c) provide reasonable access and certainty for end users of copyright material online; and (d) ensure that cultural and educational institutions can access, and promote access to, copyright material in the online environment on reasonable terms, including having regard to the benefits of public access to the material and the provision of adequate remuneration to creators and investors; and (e) ensure that the relevant global technical standards which form the basis of new communication and information technologies, such as the Internet, are not jeopardised.

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Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000 (Cth)
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