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New Zealand Teachers, Copyright and Copyright Reform

Alec Duncan investigates the complex exceptions and permitted uses for educators under the 1994 Copyright Act, and considers how the Act might be reformed for the benefit of New Zealand teachers.

Creating a Copyright Work: Is My “Time and Effort” Enough?

If a work is not particularly creative, then how much skill, judgement or labour is required before it becomes an “original” copyright work? Thomas Huthwaite considers this question with a discussion of the The Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient religious manuscripts dating back to 200 BC.

Instagram, the Re-Gram & Creative Commons

by Hemma Vara

New Zealand Government Open Access and Licensing Framework – Version 2

By Matt McGregor

Weeks 2 and 3 of the CC Road Trip

by Elizabeth Heritage

Week 1 of the Creative Commons Road Trip

by Matt McGregor

Creative Commons Road Trip 2015

by Elizabeth Heritage

On Recent Changes at CC Aotearoa

By Matt McGregor

A Busy Year for the Commons in Aotearoa

By Matt McGregor

Why Politicians Should Use CC Licences

By Harry Chapman