Margaret Cassidy 02-333 2622
Mon, 02 Sep 1996 14:22:55 +1000
>At 05:19 PM 8/29/96 +0800,Robert Hart wrote:
>>I emailed mine off and asked for an acknowledgement - which I have
>>I was wondering if anyone has a WWW site on which they are interested in
>>putting up submissions if people are prepared to make them 'open' - or
>>even if there is any interest in seeing other people's submissions. I am
>>unsure if a submission to a review has to be kept private of not. I
>>presume that as I wrote my submission, I 'own' it and can do what I like
>Yes, you certainly "own" your submission from a copyright point of view. In
the absence of any contract to the contrary, (and there wasn't one) there's
no reason why you shouldn't make your submission public, or pass it around
or put it on a web site or whatever. I wonder if the ABC will put up a
website like the ABA did, with the submissions on it? (I sent mine off
>Copyright Officer, QUT
The ABC is not conducting the Review.
Bob Mansfield is and is being serviced by a secretariat from the Department
of Communications and the Arts. The ABA conducted the investigation into
Regulation of on-line services and hence published submissions.
It would be up to the Secretariat and the Department to publish submissions,
in line with the role they have played in publishing the Terms of Reference
etc on their site.
I wonder how many submissions were placed by email?