NEWS RELEASE                                The Internet Society of Australia has urged its members and all interested parties to take advantage of the opportunity to comment on the draft Online Copyright Infringement Code released today. Following a period for public comment a finalised Code will be submitted in April for registration by the […]

Internet Society urges public comment on draft Online Copyright Infringement ...

via Maira Sutton, Global Policy Analyst, Electronic Frontier Foundation Electronic Frontier Foundation - Hi there, A lot has happened on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) front these past couple months. There was another major leak of a recent draft of the TPP’s Intellectual Property chapter that confirmed that many of […]

Fight secret copyright deals: a global TPP teach-in

The following statement was issued by ISOC: Internet Society Expresses Concern over Impact of IntellectualProperty Rights Provisions in Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement(TPP) Draft 18 November 2013 The Internet Society is concerned that the global Internet may be harmed if countries adopt Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) provisions contained in the recently leaked […]

Internet Society statement regarding the TPP

‘Hunting the Rogues and Breaking the Internet: a new front in the online copyright enforcement battle’ Associate Professor Kimberlee Weatherall (Sydney) 2-3.30pm, Friday 30 March, 2012 Rogers Room, Woolley Building (A20), University of Sydney — see map: Abstract: The Internet Blackout in January 2012 saw thousands of websites ‘go […]

Late Notice.. Interesting Public Presentation Tomorrow

Author: John Hilvert Mar 23, 2012,acta-treaty-mauled-in-hearings.aspx Power to rights holders is a reason not to ratify agreement, say critics.   Academics have savaged the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) treaty over the power it affords intellectual property rights holders during a second round of joint committee hearings in Canberra.   […]

ACTA treaty mauled in hearings