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Consumer survey on online copyright infringement 2016

A fall in the proportion of Australian internet users accessing unlawful content online and a rise in the uptake of streaming services are the key findings of the 2016 online copyright infringement survey. The results of Australia’s second survey of online copyright infringement, showed that...
Conference paper

Copyright in the connected digital world

I have worked for almost 25 years in the field of copyright and I have seen many changes in the area over the years. But the widespread use of the Internet for the exchange of creative content online is proving one of the greatest challenges...
Report

Online copyright infringement research

The objectives for this research were: to understand the prevalence of online copyright infringement in Australia across four core content types (music, video games, movies and TV programmes); to understand what attitudes drive online copyright infringement behaviours; and to determine the role pricing plays in...
Submission

Copycats? Digital consumers in the on-line age

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 first...