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   * [[http://​minister.innovation.gov.au/​Carr/​MediaReleases/​Pages/​ABETTERPATENTSYSTEMTOSECUREAUSTRALIASPROSPERITY.aspx|A Better Patent System to Secure Australia’s Prosperity]]   * [[http://​minister.innovation.gov.au/​Carr/​MediaReleases/​Pages/​ABETTERPATENTSYSTEMTOSECUREAUSTRALIASPROSPERITY.aspx|A Better Patent System to Secure Australia’s Prosperity]]
   * [[http://​www.wipo.int/​export/​sites/​www/​econ_stat/​en/​economics/​wipr/​pdf/​wipr_2011.pdf|WIPO World Intellectual Property Report]]   * [[http://​www.wipo.int/​export/​sites/​www/​econ_stat/​en/​economics/​wipr/​pdf/​wipr_2011.pdf|WIPO World Intellectual Property Report]]
-  * [[http://​ministers.treasury.gov.au/​DisplayDocs.aspx?​doc=pressreleases/​2011/​048.htm&​pageID=003&​min=djb&​Year=&​DocType=|November 3, 2011 - The COAG Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs agreed to amend the Australian Consumer Law to allow consumers a 10-day cooling off period during which neither goods nor services can be supplied or payment made.]]+  * [[http://​ministers.treasury.gov.au/​DisplayDocs.aspx?​doc=pressreleases/​2011/​048.htm&​pageID=003&​min=djb&​Year=&​DocType=|The COAG Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs agreed to amend the Australian Consumer Law to allow consumers a 10-day cooling off period during which neither goods nor services can be supplied or payment made.]]
   * [[http://​www.accc.gov.au/​content/​index.phtml?​itemId=1014098|Rod Sims discusses the ACCC's new approach to compliance and enforcement,​ in particular in relation to the misuse of substantial market power for an anti-competitive purpose, and unconscionable conduct.]]   * [[http://​www.accc.gov.au/​content/​index.phtml?​itemId=1014098|Rod Sims discusses the ACCC's new approach to compliance and enforcement,​ in particular in relation to the misuse of substantial market power for an anti-competitive purpose, and unconscionable conduct.]]
   * [[http://​www.copyright.org.au/​pdf/​Copyright%20Council%20Expert%20Group%20-%20Paper%202011.pdf|Directions in Copyright Reform in Australia By the Copyright Council Expert Group]]   * [[http://​www.copyright.org.au/​pdf/​Copyright%20Council%20Expert%20Group%20-%20Paper%202011.pdf|Directions in Copyright Reform in Australia By the Copyright Council Expert Group]]
-  * [[http://​www.ag.gov.au/​www/​agd/​agd.nsf/​Page/​Consultationsreformsandreviews_RevisingtheScopeoftheCopyrightSafeHarbourSchemetheProcessofSeekingISPSubscriberDetailsinCopyrightInfringementMatters|October 14, 2011 - Attorney General calls for Safe Harbour Scheme submissions]]+  * [[http://​www.ag.gov.au/​www/​agd/​agd.nsf/​Page/​Consultationsreformsandreviews_RevisingtheScopeoftheCopyrightSafeHarbourSchemetheProcessofSeekingISPSubscriberDetailsinCopyrightInfringementMatters|Attorney General calls for Safe Harbour Scheme submissions]]
   * [[http://​cyberwhitepaper.dpmc.gov.au/​white-paper|Australian Government calls for submissions on opportunities,​ priorities and challenges in cyberspace]]   * [[http://​cyberwhitepaper.dpmc.gov.au/​white-paper|Australian Government calls for submissions on opportunities,​ priorities and challenges in cyberspace]]
   * [[http://​www.iprhelpdesk.eu/​node/​551?​pk_campaign=Newsletter41&​pk_kwd=news3|The Council of the European Union adopted a directive which extends copyright protection for performers and phonogram producers on music recording from 50 to 70 years. All 27 EU countries must incorporate the new provisions into national law within two years.]]   * [[http://​www.iprhelpdesk.eu/​node/​551?​pk_campaign=Newsletter41&​pk_kwd=news3|The Council of the European Union adopted a directive which extends copyright protection for performers and phonogram producers on music recording from 50 to 70 years. All 27 EU countries must incorporate the new provisions into national law within two years.]]

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