Shaping the New Agenda: Emerging Issues for Copyright Conference

This conference looked at a number of important copyright issues that had been neglected in recent years. These included copyright enforcement, the impact of copyright law on free speech, copyright and the open archive movement, Crown copyright, indigenous moral rights and droit de suite. With the Digital Agenda reforms in place, these issues seemed set to dominate policy debate in the coming years.

Speakers and topics:
Libby Baulch,
 Chief Executive Officer, Australian Copyright Council, Crown Copyright 
Robert Burrell, Lecturer, Kings College, University of London, New challenges for European Copyright Law 
Tom Cochrane, Queensland University of Technology, Copyright and the Open Archive 
Mark Davison, Monash University, Legal Protection for Databases 
Stephen Fox, Attorney-General's Dept, Copyright Enforcement 
Jonathan Kenna, Deacons Lawyers, Improving Protection of Indigenous Arts and Cultural Expressions 
Warwick Rothnie, Copyright and Free Speech 
Anna Ward, VISCOPY, Resale Royalties