Australia's media ownership rules would be significantly overhauled, if the Convergence Review's recommendations are accepted by the Australian Government.
Jim FitzSimons talks to BRR Media about the legal issues in cloud computing and how to get the best out of it.
A new consultation paper, Revising the scope of the copyright ‘safe harbour scheme’, proposes remedying a gap in the safe harbour provisions of the Copyright Act.
The Convergence Review is seeking the public's views on five new discussion papers to help guide its deliberations of the future shape of Australia's media and communications sectors, with comments due by 28 October 2011.
Having announced that it will commission an independent media review, the Australian Government has today released the terms of reference for it, and that it will have some overlap with the Convergence Review that is also underway.
Contractual parties adopting expert determination of disputes to a defined financial limit may regret omitting that specified limit from their dispute resolution clause
Australia's interactive gambling laws are under review, with the release of the discussion paper Review of the Interactive Gambling Act 2001.
Telecommunications providers could face higher penalties for breaching their performance benchmarks, if proposals in a new consultation paper are adopted.
The Australian Government's Convergence Review has released a consultation paper, Emerging Issues, which summarises some of the information received throughout the last few months of consultation.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the entity responsible for the management of top-level domains, has approved a groundbreaking plan to dramatically increase the number of domain name suffixes that are available