Labor MP Ed Husic has published a lengthy article arguing new legislation and industry self-regulatory measures pushed by the Government will “do little” to resolve the issue of Internet piracy, arguing the issue is a market problem and needs to be...
On the eve of negotiations expected to finalise a the giant Trans Pacific free trade agreement with 11 of Australia's neighbours the department of foreign affairs has revealed that none of Australia's existing agreements has been subjected to an...
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate has expanded the capability of its mobile apps archiving technology to track copyright infringement in mobile apps and third party mobile app markets.
A survey for the Australian government has revealed that users who consume paid content in addition to downloading copyright-infringing content spend more than users who only consume non-infringing content.
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