Constitution and cultural legislation
The Copyright Bill 2022 passed by the Senate on Wednesday, 6th April 2022 was introduced primarily to improve the effective administration, regulation, and enforcement of copyright in the digital environment.
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Hundreds of culturally significant artefacts from an historic Asian shipwreck that were offered for sale online before being seized under Australian legislation have been returned to the Indonesian Government.
The Philippine Creatives Industry Development Act lapsed into law last July 27, and is now known as Republic Act (RA) 11904. Senator Loren Legarda welcomed its passage, which supports Filipino excellence in creative industries.
Some of Australia’s finest artistic and creative minds will help guide the development of the Albanese Labor Government’s landmark National Cultural Policy.
A new bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives that would ban the use of lyrics as evidence in court proceedings. The Restoring Artistic Protection Act (RAP Act) intends to protect artists from having their lyrics being used as evidence against them in criminal and civil proceedings.