Triennial Review of Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting Societies
By this Notice, the Triennial Code Reviewer, the Hon Alan Robertson SC, invites written submissions on the operation of the Code of Conduct for Copyright Collecting Societies and on any amendments that are necessary or desirable to improve the operation of the Code.
This triennial review, to review the Code itself, is separate from the annual review of the Copyright Collecting Societies’ compliance with the Code.
The Code is to be found here: https://www.copyrightcodeofconduct.org.au/code
Written submissions may be made to the Triennial Code Review Secretariat, Suite 704, 4 Young Street, Neutral Bay NSW 2089 or by email to TriennialCodeReviewSecretariat@gmail.com
The period allowed for the making of written submissions is three months, ending on Friday 11 February 2021.
Written submissions should preferably be typed and must include the name, postal or email address, and contact telephone number of the person or organisation making the submission.
Written submissions should be prepared so that they may be made publicly available. Any material in a submission which is confidential should be clearly identified.
The Triennial Code Reviewer will convene the following meetings that Members, Licensees and the general public may attend to make oral submissions to the Review:
- Monday 7 February 2022 from 10 AM at the offices of APRA AMCOS, 16 Mountain Street, Ultimo and by video conference. Details on how to connect will be provided by the Secretariat on request.
- If required, a further meeting on Friday, 11 February 2022 from 10 AM at the offices of APRA AMCOS, 16 Mountain Street, Ultimo and by video conference. Similarly, details will be provided on request.
If you wish to make a written or oral submission, please inform the Triennial Code Review Secretariat by email to: TriennialCodeReviewSecretariat@gmail.com by no later than Friday, 4 February 2022.
After Friday, 11 February 2022, the Triennial Code Reviewer will prepare a report of the Review, and will make such recommendations as he considers appropriate in relation to the operation of the Code, including recommendations for amendments of the Code.