Proposed privacy laws threaten photographers

While photography can be a form of art, in the public spectrum it is also technically a form of surveillance, and cameras are surveillance devices. But that doesn’t that mean the vast majority of photographers are breaching an individual’s privacy… does it? The AIPP’s submission to the … Continue reading

Groundbreaking copyright precedent

Despite concerns of a move to dilute copyright protection in Australia, a recent legal precedent should hearten professional photographers and make potential IP thieves understand they aren’t beyond the reach of the law. The Federal Circuit Court of Australia (formerly … Continue reading