This conference is being jointly hosted by two organisations,
AEShareNet and UNSW's Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law
and Policy Centre.
AEShareNet implements visionary concepts to streamline
the licensing of intellectual property so learning materials
can be developed, shared and adapted more efficiently.
Established in 2000, it is a collaborative system owned
by the Australian Education Ministers.
AEShareNet has over 21,000 listed resources and more than
500 organisations (TAFEs, private Registered Training Organisations,
universities, publishers and multimedia companies) listing
and trading materials. It provides a secure e-business platform
for immediate licence transactions via its website. The organisation
also provides detailed general information on copyright and
For more details see www.aesharenet.com.au
About the Cyberspace Law and Policy
at UNSW Faculty of Law
The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre
at UNSW Faculty of Law provides a focus for research, public
interest advocacy and education on issues of law and policy
about digital transactions in cyberspace. Its founding sponsors
were the local and global partners of Baker & McKenzie,
a leading international law firm.
The Centre's work covers intellectual property in digital
artifacts, e-commerce, provision of government services by
Internet, authentication and encryption, Internet governance
and regulation, privacy and freedom of information in digital
For more details see www.cyberlawcentre.org
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