Libraries to benefit from upcoming copyright reforms

June 2006
inCite;Jun2006, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the support for reforms to copyright law that will benefit libraries and archives in Australia by the Australian Libraries' Copyright Committee following the announcement made by the federal Attorney-General on May 14, 2006. Provisions of the Copyright Act; Implications of the reforms for the preservation and public access in State Libraries; Role of the committee in the discussion of copyright issues affecting Australian libraries and archives.


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