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What if internet access is part of our tenancy agreement?

Landlords may be concerned if they offer internet access provided by the landlord as part of a tenancy agreement. Under the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act the landlord (as account holder) may be at risk of prosecution if their tenants engage in infringing file sharing activities. If an internet account is already provided by […]

YouTube: practical advice for teachers

Practical advice for schools using YouTube videos

Teachers frequently use YouTube videos in class – NetSafe has now compiled practical advice on the educational exemptions of the NZ Copyright Act and using copyrighted video resources in schools

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Can I download music and videos from YouTube? Am I breaking copyright law?

The recent amendment to NZ copyright law has got many internet users worried they may be unintentionally breaking copyright laws when they watch, stream or download material from YouTube and other online sites and services.

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What are my rights and responsibilities under the new Copyright Act?

This law makes you responsible for everything that goes on on your internet account: makes sure your family are aware of the possible penalties and secure your wireless connection

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What is the new process that the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act has introduced?

The Act lays out a “three-notice regime” and has created a Copyright Tribunal that has the ability to award up to $15,000 in damages

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What is the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act?

This is a significant change to the Copyright Act 1994 and provides rights owners with a special regime for taking enforcement action against New Zealanders who infringe copyright through file sharing, specifically targeting peer-to-peer technologies

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The Copyright Act (1994) and schools

Background information and guidance on what schools can do to prepare for an amendment to the Copyright Act (1994)

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The Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act: What schools should know

Not all file sharing is illegal – learn what activities do and don’t contravene the new Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act

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How will the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act work?

Understanding the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act’s three-notice process and copyright tribunal

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NetSafe advice to schools: What to do if your school receives an infringement notice from your ISP

If you have received a notice from your ISP indicating that a rights holder has provided evidence of infringing file sharing, you should act as quickly as possible

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