MsLods’ news round-up: law + technology

Great regular roundup from @mslods. Note #MLGriff students, one to follow!

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Copyright

 Why Australia should sign the Marrakesh Treaty: Trish Hepworth. | ALIA | http://bit.ly/1j5iNkF

“Australia does not have an obligation … to impose liability on internet access providers for their users’ copyright infringements”:  Associate Professor Kimberlee Weatherall. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1p9BnAc

Australian Digital Alliance submission to JSCOT on the Intellectual Property provisions of Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement. | ADA | http://bit.ly/1m4rz2s

iiNet’s Steve Dalby to Village Roadshow: “It’s not our job to stop online infringers”. | Gizmodo | http://bit.ly/1lj1AZF

Choice Australia on piracy and access to content. | Choice | http://bit.ly/1pH1D4h

New copyright infringement laws will increase piracy: Paul Budde. | Buddle Blog | http://bit.ly/1j5pvY7

7th Circuit confirms Sherlock Holmes is in the public domain. | The IPKat | http://bit.ly/1jIWlxX

Athletes’ tattoo artists file copyright suits, leave indelible mark. | WSJ | http://on.wsj.com/1uAjd81

Defamation and media law

 East Timor elites try to muddle media. | Crikey News | http://bit.ly/1jIRxsq

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