Australian Libraries Copyright Committee

Australian Libraries Copyright Committee
Formation1994
FounderTom Cochrane
HeadquartersNational Library of Australia
Location
Chair
Margaret Allen
AffiliationsAustralian Digital Alliance
Websitewww.libcopyright.org.au

The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (ALCC) is an Australian organisation dealing with copyright law. It has a particular focus with relevance for the GLAM sector in Australia.[1][2] It is related to the Australian Digital Alliance.[3][4]

Formed in 1994 to attend to copyright issues affecting the library, archive and information sectors, the ALCC became an incorporated body in 2015.[5] The ALCC is focused upon law reform in the Australian legal system.[6] It regularly provides updated information and interpretation about legislation.[7][8]

Legislation relative to copyright issues with Australia being signatory to international treaties, has seen the committee attend to low level publicised legislation such as the Disability and Other Measures Act.[9]

The ALCC is based at the National Library of Australia in Canberra.[10]

Publications

  • Lee, Miranda; Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (2000), Copyright bulletin, Australian Libraries Copyright Committee, retrieved 27 September 2018

External links

References

  1. ^ Flexible dealing and cultural institutions : statement of principles regarding the use of section 200AB of the Copyright Act (1968): an industry standard and user guide for the cultural sector, Copyright in Cultural Institutions, 2010, retrieved 27 September 2018
  2. ^ Dawes, Matt (July 2010), "Copyright and Libraries: The ALCC", Incite, 31 (7): 14, ISSN 0158-0876
  3. ^ Copyright and the digital economy submission by the Australian Digital Alliance and Australian Libraries Copyright Committee to the Australian Law Reform Commission, Australian Libraries Copyright Commission, 2012, retrieved 27 September 2018
  4. ^ Australian Digital AllianceAustralian Libraries' Copyright Committee (7 October 2005), High Court acknowledges importance of fair copyright and broader public interest, retrieved 27 September 2018
  5. ^ Who we are Australian Libraries Copyright Committee
  6. ^ Simes, Laura (December 2007), "AL C - Australian Libraries Copyright Committee", Incite, 28 (12): 31, 33, ISSN 0158-0876
  7. ^ Smith, Nick, 1971-; Australian Council of Libraries and Information Services; Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (1994), Copyright bulletin, Australian Council of Libraries and Information Services, retrieved 27 September 2018CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  8. ^ Simes, Laura; Simes, Laura; National Library of Australia (issuing body.); Australian Digital Alliance (issuing body.); Australian Libraries Copyright Committee (issuing body.); Simes, Laura (2008), A user's guide to the flexible dealing provision for libraries, educational institutions and cultural institutions : section 200AB of the copyright act 1968 (Cth), Australian Libraries Copyright Committee and the Australian Digital Alliance with the assistance of the National Library of Australia, retrieved 27 September 2018
  9. ^ Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017 Federal Register of Legislation
  10. ^ Contact us Australian Libraries Copyright Committee

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