Copyright law in Australia is a legal framework that provides protection for original creative works. This protection is automatically granted to creators upon the creation of their work and allows them to control and benefit from their intellectual creations. Copyright law in Australia is governed by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). The key aspects of Australian copyright law are:
It's crucial for individuals and businesses in Australia to be aware of copyright law to ensure they respect the rights of creators and avoid copyright infringement. This includes obtaining proper permissions when using copyrighted material and understanding the limitations and exceptions under the law. Mott and Assoicates, Solicitors can assist you with any copyright advice you may require or if your work is being infringed.
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