technological protection measures (TPM)

(DRM, Policy)

On Wednesday 1 March 2006, the House Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs tabled its report on the inquiry into technological protection measures (TPM) exceptions entitled Review of technological protection measures exceptions. [1.]

37 recommendations!

“Two arms of government have now spoken: the High Court of Australia, and a committee of the Parliament. Both have affirmed that copyright law must be balanced; that anti-circumvention laws should be matched to copyright rights, rather than overly extending them . How will the executive react?” [2]

[1.] Inquiry into technological protection measures (TPM) exceptions [APH.GOV]
[2.] TPM Inquiry Report is Out [UPDATED] [Weatherall’s Law]
[3.] TPM Inquiry Report is Out [UPDATED] [LawFont]
[4.] Aussie gov’t report on DRM: Don’t let it override public rights! [BoingBoing]
[5.] Australian Parliamentary TPM Report Accepts User Concerns [Michael Geist]
[6.] An Australian Perspective on DMCA Rulemaking [EFF]

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