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It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant Australian links and may act as a starting point.
Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is a statutory authority responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications. ACMA works closely with relevant industries to achieve active self-regulation, while ensuring industry compliance with licence conditions, codes and standards. ACMA monitors the effect of regulations to ensure they are responsive to the community's needs.
Screen Australia is the Australian Government's agency for supporting the development of film, television and interactive media projects and their creators.
Australian Society of Authors
The Australian Society of Authors is the professional association for Australia's literary creators.
Copyright Agency Ltd.
Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) is an Australian copyright management company whose role is to provide a bridge between creators and users of copyright material. CAL represents authors, journalists, visual artists, photographers and newspaper, magazine and book publishers as their non-exclusive agent to license the copying of their works to the general community.
Australian Classification Board
The Classification Board is a statutory body which makes classification decisions for films, computer games and certain publications. The Classification Board is a full-time Board based in Sydney. Principles for decision making are set out in the National Classification Code, agreed by the Australian Government and the States and Territories. The Classification Board is independent from government.
The Journalist's Toolbox
The Journalist's Toolbox features more than 11,000 Web sites helpful to the media and anyone else doing research.
It is important to critically evaluate all information found on the Web. The following sites represent a small selection of the potentially relevant international web links and may act as a starting point.
Adbusters Culture Jammers Headquarters
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Online full text version of this journal which includes back issues to 1993.
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