Parliament passes digital fair dealing for Copyright Act 

The Australian government has passed amendments to the Copyright Act 1968 to provide fair use provisions for access to copyright material by those with a disability, along with protecting educational facilities, key cultural institutions, libraries, and archives from copyright infringement.

Source: Parliament passes digital fair dealing for Copyright Act | ZDNet

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