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SVOD (subscription video-on-demand) portals represent a new and disruptive category of entertainment service. The two leading SVOD portals in Australia are Netflix and Stan. Netflix – which is not an Australian media company and cannot easily be regulated under Australian law...
As has been stated in previous submissions to Government, the Associations acknowledge Government’s desire to protect telecommunications infrastructure and the information transmitted across it from unauthorised access and interference.
Indeed, Australian Carriers, Carriage Service Providers and Carriage Service Intermediaries (C/CSPs)...
This submission from the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is about steps to prevent online piracy using systems such as geoblocking.
Australians are currently served by two public broadcasting networks. While both the ABC and the SBS have charters that require them to broadcast programs that, in the case of the ABC, “reflect the cultural diversity of the Australian community”, and, in the case of SBS,...
This paper provides an update in relation to surveillance and human rights in New Zealand since 2013.
The New Zealand Human Rights Commission is one of four National Human Rights Institutions that submitted to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights’ report: ‘The...
This submission supports the framework for spectrum re-allocation advanced in the Digital Dividend Green Paper .
In particular, we support
• ‘re-stacking’ to achieve a contiguous block of freed spectrum
• harmonization of Australia’s spectrum use with major developed countries
Huge economic losses are being sustained due to large-scale unauthorised downloading, generated by widespread confusion about copyright law in the online world.
This UK report examines online consumer behaviour in the UK and its potential impact on business and government policy. It is the...
In their submission to the ABC and SBS Review, currently in progress, Stuart Cunningham and Terry Flew argue that how national public broadcasters respond to changes in the media environment arising from digitisation, convergence and changing societal needs and expectations can be best understood as...
The New South Wales Council for Civil Liberties (CCL) is of the view that adults should be free to decide what they will or will not watch on free-to-air commercial television in evening time slots. CCL notes that 90% of Australians surveyed by the Australian...
This submission argues that Government support for Australia's audiovisual industries through regulation, direct subsidy and indirect incentives exists to deliver cultural outcomes, that is, Australian stories and Australian characters on Australian screens.This report argues that Government support for Australia?s audiovisual industries through regulation, direct subsidy...