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Reform Ahoy? Pirates, photocopiers and ancient maps (aka library copyright)
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Picture Credits Slide 2: Film: Trish Hepworth CCBY4.0 Slide 3: Kangaroo: FR Morris Collection PD altered by Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0, using ‘moustache’ from Pixabay CC0 and Monitor Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0Kangaroo Slide 4: Berne: Peter Gronemann CCBY 2.0, Parliament House Canberra: Trish Hepworth CCBY4.0, William Shakespeare; copper engraving of Shakespeare by Martin Droeshout - Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University PD altered by Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0BernePeter Gronemann Slide 5: Red Onion: darwin Bell CCBY 2.0darwin Bell Slide 7: Books: Trish Hepworth CCBY4.0 Slide 8: Screen shot © Trove Australia and Sydney Morning Herald used with permission Slide 9: Paper: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0 Slide 10: Catalogue boxes: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0 Slide 11: Books: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0 Slide 13: Screen shot © Australian War Memorial Slide 15: Handmade Braille children’s book from VISABILITY: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0 Slide 16: Australia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva Hamish McCormick signingtheMarrakesh Treaty © WIPO 2014. Photo: Emmanuel Berrod.AustraliaMarrakesh Treaty Slide 17: digital Preservation Area National Library of Australia: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0 Slide 18: Memes of julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd, produced by Dan Ilic copyright unknown Slide 19L La Grotta di Byron by Andrea CC BY 2.0 altered by addition of Pirate Bay logo by Trish Hepworth CCBY Slide 20: TPP protests used with permission Open media Canada Slide 21: Copyright week logo from EFF SlideS 22, 23, 24: Work in progress, Riga barge ride & FAIR campaign badge: Trish Hepworth CCBY 4.0
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