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In this issue:
Is It Really All About You?
Privacy Commissioner v Telstra Corporation Limited  FCAFC 4
By Tim Brookes, Sophie Dawson, Clare Doneley and Jessica Norgard (Ashurst)
Telecommunications – A Regulatory Stocktake…
Dr Martyn Taylor (Norton Rose Fulbright) provides an overview of developments in telecommunications regulation in 2016 and what we can expect in the remainder of 2017.
Disclosing Privileged Documents to Regulators
Alex Cuthbertson, Partner, Monisha Sequeira, Senior Associate, and Alex Lee, Lawyer (Allens) report on the Cantor v Audi decision.
An Update on the Activities of the Australian Press Council
Antonia Rosen, a media lawyer at Banki Haddock Fiora, sits down with Professor David Weisbrot,
Chair of the Australian Press Council, to discuss developments in the regulation of Australian media
The Hare or the Tortoise – Is the Law Keeping Up With the Telecommunication Sector’s Blistering Pace of Change? Thomas Jones and Michael Joffe of Corrs Chambers Westgarth take a look.
Site Blocking Case Handed Down: Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v Telstra Corporation Ltd  FCA 1503
Simone Blackadder and Andrew Stewart (Baker McKenzie) report on the recent site blocking decision of the Federal Court of Australia in Roadshow Films v Telstra.
Selling on Social
By Emma Dowsett, Lawyer, and Rebecca Dunn, Special Counsel, Gilbert + Tobin
Profile: Ed Santow, Human Rights Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission
CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee Chair, Sophie Ciufo, caught up with Ed Santow, Human Rights Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission, to discuss his views on key human rights issues such as freedom of speech and communication.
OPINION: Law Reform Should Protect, Not Harm, Creators
In light of the recently released report into Australia’s intellectual property arrangements by the Productivity Commission, Eli Fisher (Banki Haddock Fiora) argues that copyright law reform should protect, not harm, creators.
Challenges in Media Regulation
On 9 November, Richard Bean, Acting Chairman of ACMA spoke to CAMLA members and guests in Sydney about some of the challenges in media regulation.
Report – CAMLA Seminar -“Fair Use, Flexibility, Innovation and Creativity”
By Ashleigh Fehrenbach, Associate, MinterEllison
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