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The Australian - Professor Michael Fraser

5 April 2013

comments on current media reform legislation. 20 March, 2013.

ABC Illawara - Professor Michael Fraser

12 March 2013

discusses the rights of someone to film or photograph another person in a public place. 8 March, 2013.

Sydney Morning Herald - Lecturer Geoff Holland

29 November 2012

comments on the Assange legal threat. 8 October, 2012.

Channel 10, Sydney - Professor Michael Fraser

29 November 2012

comments on the ethical and legal issues of a website called Creepshots. 2 October, 2012.

Australia China Quaterly - Professor Natalie Stoainoff

11 September 2012

discusses strategies developed to encourage international students.

ABC Radio - Professor Michael Fraser and Professor Natalie Stoainoff

11 September 2012

discusses Apple's win against Samsung in a patent case. 28 August, 2012.

Sunday Telegraph - Professor Michael Fraser

11 September 2012

discusses the severity of trolls on the Internet. 9 September, 2012.

There is No Freedom of Expression Without Copyright - Angelo Loukakis and Professor Michael Fraser

10 September 2012

speeches from the launch of ‘The Economic Contribution of Australia’s Copyright Industries’ report. 30 August 2012.

Weekend West, Perth - Professor Michael Fraser

5 September 2012

discusses the impact of hackers and cyber attacks. 1 September, 2012.

Perth Now - Professor Miachel Fraser

5 September 2012

comments on the severity of online abuse. 30 August, 2012.

Radio National, Canberra - Professor Michael Fraser

5 September 2012

comments on Apple using patent law as an aggressive business strategy. 28 August, 2012.

Australian Government – Professor Jill McKeough

1 August 2012

comments on the Term of Reference received for the ALRC Copyright Inquiry. 2 July, 2012.

ABC 702, Sydney - Professor Michael Fraser

26 June 2012

discuss 'the end of exclusive broadcast rights'. 18 June, 2012.

Finding a home for Orphan Works

16 May 2012

The Communications Law Centre at UTS welcomed the public and a team of panellists to the launch of the orphan works discussion paper on the evening of 3 May 2012.

SBS Ethnic Radio, Melbourne – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

questions the claim by Rupert Murdoch that he did not know there was widespread phone hacking at the News of the World newspaper. 30 April, 2012.

SBS Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

comments on the changes to Australian media ownership laws were overdue for review. 30 April, 2012.

ABC News 24, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

discusses the decision by the Federal court to overturn the ruling to allow Optus to broadcast near live vision of AFL and NRL matches through its mobile platform. 27 April, 2012.

ABC News 24, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

discusses illegal practice to download pirated content. 21 April, 2012.

Channel 7, Adelaide – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

discusses the issue of access to private information of shoppers who use smart phone technology. 13 April, 2012.

ABC News 24, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

3 May 2012

Government hands the Australia Network’s $223m contract tender to ABC despite the recommendation for Sky TV. 3 April, 2012.

The Use of Subject Matter with Missing Owners - Australian Copyright Policy Options

5 April 2012

A discussion paper by David Brennan and Michael Fraser which puts forward two copyright reform options to address the 'orphan works' problem.

ZDNet Australia & Australian Labor Party - Professor Jill McKeough

2 April 2012

Roxon appointed University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Dean of Law Professor Jill McKeough as the commissioner in charge of the inquiry. 30 March 2012

UTS to partner Leadbolt on mobile commerce standard

12 March 2012

The Communications Law Centre (CLC) at the University of Technology Sydney and leading web and mobile advertising company Leadbolt have announced today the formation of a research partnership to develop a mobile commerce standard.

Yahoo! 7 News – Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

supports the Communications Alliance plan as an effective response to illegal downloading. 28 November, 2011.

SBS Ethnic Radio, Melbourne – Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

comments on the judicial system in Britain. 20 October, 2011.

Gizmodo Australia – Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

implies that if copyright holders had bothered to provide evidence, courts are willing to grant subpoenas. 09 October, 2011.

Radio National, Canberra – Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

suggests that regional areas need better digital radio services in relation to the digital divide in regional and metropolitan audiences. 05 October, 2011.

Radio National, Canberra – Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

discusses the Racial Discrimination Act in response to the racist articles written by Herald Sun Columnist, Andrew Bolt. 29 September, 2011.

AFTRS Centre for Screen Business, Sydney - Professor Michael Fraser

30 November 2011

discusses the fundamental purpose of copyright, internet and piracy, creative content as a commodity and competing with the private economy. 7 September, 2011.

ABC1, Melbourne – Professor Michael Fraser

2 September 2011

discusses the loss of privacy in the new online communications environment. 29 August, 2011.

ABC 702 – Professor Isabel Karpin

2 September 2011

discusses the contemporary marketing practices regarding IVF services. 26 July, 2011.

Radio National Canberra – Director Michael Fraser

2 September 2011

states that social media sites can be compelled to remove information. 17 August, 2011.

SBS Ethnic Radio, Melbourne – Lecturer Geoff Holland

1 August 2011

discussion about introducing a right to privacy in Australia. 22 July, 2011.

Radio National, Canberra – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

discussion on the challenges of balancing the public's right to know with individuals' right to privacy, in terms of new media. 24 May, 2011.

Channel 10, Perth – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

comment on copyright infrigement placed on the upload of 'Leyland Brothers Adventure' TV shows onto Youtube. 6 May, 2011.

Weekend Australian – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

comment on new law imposed on cyber stalking. 30 April, 2011.

ABC 702, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

discussion on how the law applies in social networking spaces. 16 March, 2011.

2UE, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

explains registering for trademark with Intellectual Property Australia for artworks. 20 February, 2011.

Queensland Times – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

comment on companies that breach privacy obligations should be penalised. 10 January, 2011.

ABC 891 Adelaide – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

comment on UTS Law Centre chosen to support Federal Government request for a review of media content classification. 21 December, 2010.

Alternative Media Group – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

comment on WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange found guilty. 16 December, 2011

ComputerWorld – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

Professor Michael Fraser has been appointed as the new chairman for Telecom consumers’ group AACAN. 13 December, 2010.

ABC 702 Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

discussion of issues arising from the lack of transparency about WikiLeaks. 8 December, 2010.

Radio National Canberra – Professor Michael Fraser

15 July 2011

discussion of implementing punishment under laws associated with the internet. 18 November, 2010.

Smart regulation: the must-have telecommunications accessory

23 November 2010

The Australian telecommunications industry needs fewer rules but more principles to deal fairly with its customers according to a new report by the UTS Communications Law Centre (CLC).

Public Good v Private Profit

11 November 2010

As the international uproar over gene patenting grows louder, Natalie Stoianoff argues the solution lies not in changes to the law, but in rethinking Australia's medical system.

Spill your secrets, it's legal

15 October 2010

In an age of friendships born through a single click, we now have the freedom to broadcast our every droll, witty thought (or lack thereof) online to social networks spanning Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the latest online media arrival, FourSquare.

Computerworld – Professor Michael Fraser

6 October 2010

discussion of the remaining gaps in cyber security including fraud, theft and trespass. 7 September, 2010.

Channel 7, Sydney – Professor Michael Fraser

6 October 2010

comment on the sexual harassment allegations against former David Jones Boss Mark McInnes. 31 August 2010.

ABC 936 Hobart, Hobart – Professor Michael Fraser

6 October 2010

comment on online privacy and employers searching online for information about applicants. 25 August, 2010.

ABC Online - Michael Fraser

13 July 2010

comments on the Government consideration into making internet providers retain their customers' web browsing history. 11 June, 2010.

ABC Southern Queensland, Toowoomba - Geoff Holland

13 July 2010

comments on defamation implications on a Facebook Group that is threatening to publish photos of men who visited a Toowoomba Brothel. 9 June, 2010.