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Tuesday, October 09, 2007


Advance Australia Fair? The Copyright Reform Process

Housemates Abi and Catherine, and project chief investigator Graham Greenleaf have been published in the Journal of World Intellectual Property. They were too modest to post about it themselves, but something has to be said! I mean, if I was published in the Journal of World Artificial Intelligence, well I'd want to tell everyone :) (not that there's a journal called the Journal of World Artificial Intelligence, but that's not the point!).

So without further ado, here's the link: Advance Australia Fair? The Copyright Reform Process.

Now, I'm no legal expert, and I have to admit the article was kind of over my head. But, by way of advertisement, here are some keywords I can pluck out of the paper as relevant:
Not to mention all the courts and cases that get involved. Anyway, that should be enough to whet your appetite. Get reading it; get citing it ;)

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Anonymous Anonymous said:
Any chance of full text? Or have you signed away your (cough) intellectual property?
Anonymous Kim said:
Interesting piece, and congrats, of course, on the publication. FWIW, however, I'm not sure I agree with all the conclusions, or implicit conclusions, on the extent to which Australia has taken on US law, or the effect of many of the amendments - for reasons discussed in my recent piece with Burrell.
Blogger Abi Paramaguru said:
As fate would have it we were asked to write the article through a mutual colleague, and one of the policies of the journal is that there’s a period of delay between publication and when we can self-archive.
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