Australia’s peak body representing copyright users and innovators in a digital world.
Follow this campaign on Twitter: @faircopyrightoz
Media and other enquiries can be emailed to: fairuse [AT] faircopyright.org.au
Urgent media enquires can be directed to:
22nd May 2017: Wikipedia Flies Flag for Fair Copyright [PDF]
The volunteer editing community of Australian Wikipedians has decided to display to Australians accessing English language Wikipedia articles a series of banners that will help raise awareness of the vital need for copyright reform in Australia. The landing page to which these banners link includes a link to this website. These banners will be displayed for a number of weeks starting on 22nd May 2017. For more, please see this article on the Wikimedia blog.
Choice is the leading consumer advocacy group in Australia.
Linux Australia is the peak body for Open Source communities in Australia.
Digital Rights Watch.
Do Gooder is an Australian-based provider of online campaigning tools.
23rd May – Business Insider: Wikipedia says Australians ‘break the law everyday’ on copyright and has launched a reform campaign
23rd May 2017 – itWire: Wikipedia begins campaign for fair use copyright exceptions
22nd May 2017 – International Business Times: Wikipedia calls for Fair Use provision in Australia
22nd May 2017 – Innovation Aus: Wikipedia fights new copyright war
22nd May 2017 – Startup Daily: Wikipedia wades into Australian Copyright Debate Calling for Fair Use
22nd May 2017 – News.com.au: Wikipedia calls for Fair Use provision for content as Australian copyright debate drags on
22nd May 2017 – Gizmodo: Wikipedia Is Joining The Fight To Update Australia’s Fair Use Laws
22nd May 2017 – ABC Radio Melbourne: If you share memes or forward emails, you’re probably breaking Australia’s current copyright law
22nd May 2017 – The Saturday Paper: ‘Fake refugees’ and fair use
21st May 2017 – Sydney Morning Herald: Fair Use: Wikipedia targets Australians in bid to change the law