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Take our Level 1: Australian IP Quiz Challenge!

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Intellectual Property [IP] Law ➲ WIPO Quiz (Level 2: Global IP)

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EU court says linking to copyrighted material isn't illegal

The EU Court of Justice announced in 2014 that it doesn't see linking to a publicly available website as a form of copyright infringement. Now, its Advocate General, Melchior Wathelet, says linking to a website doesn't break the law even if it hosts copyrighted content without the express permission of its rightful owner. The Dutch court sought Wathelet's opinion for a case wherein a local blog called GeenStijl linked out to websites hosting a collection of leaked Playboy photos. GeenStijl originally posted a link to a file-sharing service URL where people could download the images. When Playboy successfully got that pulled, it linked to other public sources instead.

Takedown Notice - Copyright - Arts Law Centre of Australia

This information sheet explains the purpose of a 'takedown notice'. It includes the procedure to follow if you believe a website has breached your intellectual property rights and you want the infringing material to be taken down. This information sheet explains the purpose of a 'takedown notice'.

Lumen -> independent database of "take-down" & other requests to remove or replace online material.

The Lumen database collects and analyzes legal complaints and requests for removal of online materials (incl. copyright complaints), helping Internet users to know their rights and understand the law.

What Are the Laws Surrounding Web Linking?

Is it legal to link to sites outside your own? What are the legal ramifications of linking to other sites? Learn about the laws of web linking.

Does Sharing A Link To Online Content Amount To Copyright Infringement?

This would destroy the way we communicate today, including interactions on social media platforms -- and you can thank Tom Brady for it.

Understanding Copyright and Related Rights

This booklet provides an introduction for newcomers to the subject of copyright and related rights. It explains the fundamentals underpinning copyright law and practice, and describes the different types of rights which copyright and related rights law protects, as well as the limitations on those rights. It also briefly covers transfer of copyright and provisions for enforcement.

Publications

The digital versions of our publications, studies and information products are available for download free-of-charge. Some of our publications can also be purchased in paper format through print-on-demand services. Member states wishing to distribute WIPO information products at their meetings can contact us for further information.

Service mark

A service mark or servicemark is a trademark used in the United States and several other countries to identify a service rather than a product. When a service mark is federally registered, the standard registration symbol ® or Reg U.S.

Trademarks Comic Book [WIPO]

This comic book narrates the adventures of four adolescents, who learn what trademarks are and how they and society at large can benefit from them.

Patents Comic Book [WIPO]

This comic book narrates the adventures of four teenagers who learn what patents are and how they and society at large can benefit from them. While the WIPO comic books are primarily geared towards students from 8 to 12 years’ old, higher-level students and adults have found them useful in providing a basic understanding of IP issues.

Australian Leather loses ugg boot legal fight against US giant

A Chicago jury has ordered Sydney-based Eddie Oygur to pay $US450,000 in damages after he lost a trademark battle against a US company for selling ugg boots.

The Unsplash Licence

Beautiful, free images gifted by the world’s most generous community of photographers. Better than any royalty free or stock photos. You can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is appreciated when possible.

Creative Commons license

A Creative Commons (CC) license is one of several public copyright licenses that enable the free distribution of an otherwise copyrighted work. A CC license is used when an author wants to give other people the right to share, use, and build upon a work that they have created. CC provides author flexibility and protects the people who use or redistribute an author's work from concerns of copyright infringement as long as they abide by the conditions that are specified in the license by which the author distributes the work.

Trustbot - A better way to manage NDAs

Save time. Trustbot is the fastest and most effective way to create, send, sign and manage NDAs for your entire organization, without leaving your inbox, calendar or workspace. Ensure compliance. Enable your team to leverage an NDA library that has been written, reviewed, and approved. Maintain a single source of truth for NDAs, always available in context.

Creationistas - Australian Copyright Is Broken

Attribution: The Creationistas - Australian Digital Alliance Used under Creative Commons Licence. Some rights reserved. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Subscribe to the Creationistas to find out more about how copyright is broken.

The Australian Digital Alliance | ADA

The ADA is the peak body promoting copyright law for Australia in the public interest.

Australian Digital Alliance Copyright Forum 2020 -> Blurring Lines

Friday 6 March 2020 National Library of Australia - Canberra The lines are blurring in digital regulation. For much of its long history copyright law has been just that – copyright law. But in the wake of developments like the GDPR and the Christchurch Call, it is increasingly hard to keep copyright siloed from other digital rights issues. At this year’s Forum, we look at the way copyright is influencing or being influenced by, its neighbours in areas such as free speech, traditional knowledge, surveillance, privacy, and cybersecurity.

The Copyright Agency

We're a not-for-profit that provides licensing solutions to use copyright-protected words and images in Australia. Fees are paid to members as royalties.

WhatFont

The easiest way to identify fonts on web pages. Fonts are IP and their use is regulated by Font Licence Agreements. Be careful that your use of a Font is within the terms of your Font Licence Agreement (which in most cases can be quite restrictive!). If in doubt seek legal advice.

URL Screenshot -> create evidence of the existence of specific content at a specific time.

Use URL Screenshot to create evidence of: -illegal Internet content / non-repudiation of certain content. -Deleted / Edited controversial news. -Slander, threats or insults on Internet (social networks) / Scams. -Misuse of intellectual property: articles, photographs, plagiarism, etc. -Publication of unauthorized information -Simply demonstrate the existence of a specific content at a specific time.

Trade marks | IP Australia

It may feel like you’re traversing a minefield in cross country skis when you go to register your trade mark but it really shouldn’t be a difficult

Creative Content Australia is committed to raising awareness about the value of screen content, role of copyright and impact of piracy.

We commission regular independent research, create free online curriculum-linked education resources for Australian schools and produce consumer campaigns.

5 Common Copyright Myths Busted

Check your knowledge against these five common copyright myths! Find out more: Copyright Agency: www.copyright.com.au RightsPortal: www.rightsportal.com.au F...

Patents | IP Australia

If you have a device, substance, method or process that is new, inventive and useful, you may need a patent. Find out what patents are and what's involved in the application and management process.

Designs | IP Australia

A design refers to the features of shape, configuration, pattern or ornamentation which give a product a unique appearance, and must be new and distinctive.

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Augmented Reality: Law, Privacy Ethics -> Smart List

Enhancing Human Decision Making Safety using Augmented Reality (AR) raises new legal issues including: Intellectual Property, User-Generated Content (UGR), Privacy Ethics

Introduction Video to the Global Brand Database -> WIPO

Disclaimer: Although the Global Brand Database covers a number of large trademark collections, it may be prudent to also search the registers of national/regional IP Offices. You may also consult a trademark attorney.

Welcome to the RightsPortal - The Copyright Agency

The Copyright Agency RightsPortal is designed to provide pay-per-use rights to reuse text from many Australian newspaper, magazine and other types of publications such as journals and books.

WIPO - World Intellectual Property Organization

The world’s number one source for global intellectual property (patents, industrial designs, copyright, trademarks etc.) information, resources, and services.

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