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Review of photo and film copying (format-shifting) law

A review of sections 47J and 110AA of the Copyright Act 1968 governing the private copying of films and photographs has recommended that no changes be made to current copyright law for the time-being. 

Sections 47J and 110AA of the Copyright Act 1968 were introduced in 2006 to permit "format-shifting" by allowing photographs and cinematograph films to be reproduced in a different format for private use, subject to certain conditions.

June 19, 2008 in Intellectual Property | Permalink

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