Government skips geoblocking and fair use in copyright reform 

The Australian government has finally tabled its response to the Productivity Commission’s report into intellectual property, but did not lend its full support to the recommendations on circumventing geoblocking technology, implementing a fair use exception for copyright infringement, and expanding the safe harbour scheme.

Source: Government skips geoblocking and fair use in copyright reform | ZDNet

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