It’s not a copyright infringement, it’s a far more complicated and personal issue.
Australia is seen as a country that does not value musicians the way they are valued elsewhere in the world.
There is a history of exploiting Black musicians in the United States that dates back to slavery. But movements like Black Lives Matters are working towards economic justice.
Fewer books will be available to South Africans, and the books remaining under copyright will be more expensive, if the country gives in to US pressure to extend its copyright term.
Here are five lessons we can learn from elsewhere to help Australian authors earn more money.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has scheduled its 15-year-old mining code for review. The country must ensure reform that benefits its people.