Australia’s Digital Content Act

Australia's Digital Agenda Act has modified Australia’s copyright laws in ways similar to how the Digital Millennium Copyright Act modifies U.S. law. Among other things, the Australia Digital Agenda Act prohibits circumventing technological measures used by copyright owners to protect their works from piracy. This act affects software and the Internet.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the exceptions under Australian Copyright Law?
What about the use of circumvention devices?


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