The Future of Fair Dealing in Australian Copyright Law


Subject: The Future of Fair Dealing in Australian Copyright Law
From: Norman, Sandy (NormanS@la-hq.org.uk)
Date: ma 02 kesä   1997 - 14:54:51 EEST


Dear colleagues,

There is a really food article in the latest issue of JILT -
http://jilt.law.strath.ac.uk/jilt/copright/97_1brud/brudenal.htm -
which I strongly advise you all to read. It is called the Future of
Fair Dealing in Australian Copyright Law by Peter Brudenall a
solicitor from Sydney. It refers a lot to Australian law but this was
based on UK law so there is a lot which is relevant to the UK and also
Europe in the light of the forthcoming Directive. Brudenall makes
some suggestions for the future of fair dealing: make it broader (i.e.
fair use); restrict copying to within libraries only; a statutory
licence for users; and paying for uses of ther Internet from
advertising. All good food for thought.

Sandy

Sandy Norman
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Information Services
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