Fitzgerald, Brian F.

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Queensland University of Technology

  1. Enabling open access to public sector information with Creative Commons Licences : the Australian experience
    Fitzgerald, Anne; Fitzgerald, Brian; Hooper, Neale
    [2010-01-18]
    This chapter considers how open content licences of copyright-protected materials – specifically, Creative Commons (CC) licences - can be used by governments as a simple and effective mechanism to enable reuse of their PSI, particularly where materials are made available in digital form online or distributed on disk.
  2. The Future of Data Policy
    Fitzgerald, Anne; Fitzgerald, Brian; Pappalardo, Kylie
    [2009-10]
  3. Copyright and innovation in the digital age : The United Arab Emirates
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Olwan, Rami
    [2009-05-18]
    The UAE has been at the forefront when it comes to the use of digital technologies in the Middle East. It is amongst the most highly Internet connected countries in the Middle East with 2,300,000 Internet users as of March 2008. According to Emirates Internet Multimedia (EIM) this amounts to 49.8% of the population.----- The purpose of this paper is to consider how copyright law in its current form fits the challenges of the digital age and in particular how it might be improved to promote the possibilities for innovation especially in developing countries. We take the Federal Law No. (7) of 2002 (UAE) Pertaining to Copyrights and Neighbouring Rights as our case study.----- حقوق التأليف والإبداع في العصر الرقمي. دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة و رامي علوان براين فيتزجيرالد ظهور التكنولوجيات الرقمية والشبكات يعني أن حقوق التأليف الآن أصبحت ضرورية لكل مانقوم به في الإنترنت سواء كان للبحث او الترفية . يمكن الإعتداء علي حقوق التأليف فى كل مرة نستخدم فيها التكنولوجيات الرقمية. في كل بلد من البلدان قانون حقوق التأليف وليس فقط قانون البراءات ينبغي أن ينظر إليه باعتباره العنصر الرئيسي لتحقيق الابتكار. انه أمر أساسي لتوليد ونقل المعرفة. يحتاج قانون حقوق التأليف في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة لمراعاة مبدأ "تدفق المعلومات" في الاقتصاد المعاصر. أن قانون حقوق التأليف والنشر المفرط في التقييد سيتباطأ ويخفض التطوير والابتكار في حين أن قانون حقوق التأليف التي يمكن أن تسخر قوة التكنولوجيا سيوفر ميزة تنافسية.
  4. Blog, podcast, vodcast and Wiki copyright guide for Australia
    Austin, Anthony; Coates, Jessica; Donnelly, Hannah; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2009]
    The 'Blog, Podcast, Vodcast and Wiki Copyright Guide for Australia' was developed by the Law Research Program of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) to examine and explain copyright issues which impact upon creators and users of blogs, podcasts, vodcasts and wikis in the Australian legal environment. In doing so it provides practical examples of how these issues may arise and be resolved. The Guide is a step towards: * ensuring that creators and users of these platforms are fully informed about these issues; and * providing strategies for creators and users to prevent or minimise the legal risks created by these issues.
  5. Legal strategies for streamlining collaboration in an e-research world
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Austin, Anthony
    [2008-12]
    This is a collection of papers that arose from discussions held at a Roundtable entiled: 'Streamlining Collaboration in an e-Research World' which was convened by the Legal Framework for e-Research Project and held on 12th and 13th of June of 2008 at the Queensland University of Technology. The Roundtable attracted some of Australia’s and the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners in this area and sought to explore methods and to recommend strategies for improving the efficiency of the legal processes that are used in e-Research collaboration. These ideas are presented in this collection and it also contains copies of submissions made to the Review of the Australian Innovation System in 2008 which set the context for the Roundtable and these papers.
  6. International Study on the Impact of Copyright Law on Digital Preservation
    Besek, June; LeFurgy, William; Muir, Adrienne; Atkinson, Benedict; Carroll, Emma; Coates, Jessica; Fitzgerald, Brian; Mossink, Wilma
    [2008-07]
    This study focuses on the copyright and related laws of Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States and the impact of those laws on digital preservation of copyrighted works. It also addresses proposals for legislative reform and efforts to develop non-legislative solutions to the challenges that copyright law presents for digital preservation.
  7. Understanding Open Access in the Academic Environment: A Guide for Authors
    Pappalardo, Kylie; Fitzgerald, Brian; Fitzgerald, Anne; Kiel-Chisholm, Scott; Georgiades, Jenny; Austin, Anthony
    [2008-06]
    The OAK Law Project aims to facilitate seamless access to knowledge and improve social, economic and cultural outcomes. This guide aims to provide practical guidance for academic authors interested in making their work more openly accessible to readers and other researchers. The guide provides authors with an overview of the concept of and rationale for open access to research outputs and how they may be involved in its implementation and with what effect. In doing so it considers the central role of copyright law and publishing agreements in structuring an open access framework as well as the increasing involvement of funders and academic institutions. The guide also explains different methods available to authors for making their outputs openly accessible, such as publishing in an open access journal or depositing work into an open access repository. Importantly, the guide addresses how open access goals can affect an author’s relationship with their commercial publisher and provides guidance on how to negotiate a proper allocation of copyright interests between an author and publisher. A Copyright Toolkit is provided to further assist authors in managing their copyright.
  8. Copyright law, digital content and the Internet in the Asia-Pacific
    [2008-05]
    Copyright law, digital content and the Internet in the Asia-Pacific provides a unique insight into the key issues facing copyright law and digital content policy in a networked information world.It emanates from a landmark conference - The First International Forum on the Content Industry and Intellectual Property - organised by Queensland University of Technology (QUT), The ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCi) and East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) in Shanghai in 2007. The book features chapters from a wide range of experts in their respective fields from across the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore. Some of the areas examined include the new digital environment, digital content policy, the networked information economy, copyright law and new media. The book provides a timely and scholarly appraisal of the legal and policy considerations facing anyone trying to regulate, sponsor or utilise the vast array of new media and content platforms now available.
  9. Chinese Copyright Law, Peer Production and the Participatory Media Age: an Old Regime in a New World
    Shi, Sampsung Xiaoxiang
    [2008]
    In 2005, a funny flash song, "I Don't Want to Say I'm a Chicken", spread over the Internet (hereafter referred to as the Chicken Song Case). People were sharing it among friends, downloading it and using it as a mobile phone ring tone, and singing the song on KTV. The flash song is the lament of a chicken that was happy to be a source of eggs and meat, but is now facing extermination because of the threat of bird flu. Although the lyrics of the "Chicken Song" are creative and humorous, the melody of the song is lifted entirely from a famous Chinese song, "I Don't Want to Say", written by Li Haiying. As a result Li has sued the wireless content provider Kongzhong.com where the "Chicken Song" first appeared, for copyright infringement. Li believes he is owed an apology, 2 million Yuan in compensation, court costs and 50000 Yuan for mental suffering. In 2006, a video spoof of a big-budget film created by a Chinese blogger triggered a hot debate among Chinese legal academics on copyright law. Hue Ge in his short video titled, "The Bloodbath That Began with a Steamed Bun", mocks much more than Chen Kaige's movie, "The Promise" (hereafter referred to as the Steamed Bun Case). The video pokes fun at the premise of the movie in which a hungry girl lies to a boy and steals his steamed bun. The boy grows up hating the world and becomes a cold-blooded killer. Chen was so infuriated by the "Steamed Bun" that he threw stones at Hu and threatened to seek litigation against him.
  10. Civil jurisdiction, intellectual property and the internet
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Xiaoxiang Shi, Sampsung
    [2008]
    Copyright law, digital content and the Internet in the Asia-Pacific provides a unique insight into the key issues facing copyright law and digital content policy in a networked information world.It emanates from a landmark conference - The First International Forum on the Content Industry and Intellectual Property - organised by Queensland University of Technology (QUT), The ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCi) and East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) in Shanghai in 2007. The book features chapters from a wide range of experts in their respective fields from across the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Singapore. Some of the areas examined include the new digital environment, digital content policy, the networked information economy, copyright law and new media. The book provides a timely and scholarly appraisal of the legal and policy considerations facing anyone trying to regulate, sponsor or utilise the vast array of new media and content platforms now available.
  11. Copyright 2010: The Future of Copyright
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2008]
    Copyright 2010: The Future of Copyright This article outlines the way in which the rise of digital technologies and online social networks has challenged the rationale and efficacy of copyright law. In examining how the law might respond to these challenges, the piece highlights law reform issues that need to be closely considered as we move towards the 300th anniversary of the Statute of Anne in 2010.
  12. Copyright 2010: The Need for Better Negotiability/Usability Principles
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2008]
    Creative economy guru, John Howkins, has a plan for a project over the next few years culminating in a congressional styled conference in London in 2010. It will celebrate, commiserate and investigate three hundred years of copyright law in England, since the passing of the Statute of Anne in 1709, and most importantly will chart a course for the future. This chapter considers three principles that might be invoked to make copyright material more legally accessible in the digital environment and thereby starts a journey towards Copyright 2010.
  13. Copyright as an Instrument of Information Flow and Dissemination: the case of ICE TV Pty Ltd v Nine Network Australia Pty Ltd
    Atkinson, Benedict; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2008]
    This article outlines and critically evaluates the case of Ice TV v National Nine Network. This case which is being heard before the High Court of Australia in October 2008 considers the boundaries of copyright protection for compilations.
  14. The Law as Cyber Infrastructure
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Pappalardo, Kylie
    [2008]
  15. Legal Framework for E-Research : Realising the Potential
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2008]
    The material in this publication is based on papers presented at the Legal Framework for e-Research International Congress convened by the Queensland University of Technology (http://www.qut.edu.au) at the Gold Coast, Australia, July 2007. This publication is an output of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) funded Legal Framework for e- Research Project led by Professor Brian Fitzgerald and based at the Queensland University of Technology.
  16. The legality of free and open source software licences: the case of Jacobsen v. Katzer
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Olwan, Rami
    [2008]
    In August 2008 one of, if not the most, influential Intellectual Property courts in the USA known as the Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit upheld the validity of a free and open source software licence known as the Artistic Licence. The case is significant because up until this point there has been little judicial discussion of the legal operation of this new type of copyright licensing that is sweeping across the world fuelled by the ubiquity of the Internet. The decision in Robert Jacobsen v. Matthew Katzer and Kamind Associates, Inc. 2008 U.S. App. LEXIS 17161 (Fed. Cir. 2008) issued on 13 August 2008 provides a unique and welcomed insight into the legal operation of free and open source software licences and by analogy Creative Commons styled open content licences. This article analyses the judgment and provides commentary on its reasoning.
  17. A Relational Theory of Authorship
    Shi, Sampsung Xiaoxiang; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2008]
    Over the years we have heard the debate as to whether authorship emanates solely from the individual or from the cultural context in which they inhabit. Writers such as Professors Woodmansee, Jaszi and Cohen have asserted a cultural theory of authorship. On one hand, there is the liberal philosophy of autonomous creativity evidenced in the notion of a "romantic author" (after the period known as romanticism). On the other hand we have more of a communitarian notion – that the author acts in a cultural context and authorship to some extent must be linked back to the social existence within which the author is situated. This article argues that for too long we have privileged the notion of the romantic author so much so that it is hard to argue for any other approach to copyright than one that focuses primarily on the author and their assignees such as publishers or associated commercialising agents such as recording companies. Furthermore it suggests that this approach fits awkwardly with the burgeoning networked society fuelled by the Internet to the point where it threatens innovation and the potential for productivity. To this end the article argues that we should more explicitly acknowledge the contribution of culture to authorship and more so the role of each and every individual in assisting and nurturing that authorship, as well as the contribution of users to creativity through consumptive, productive and transformative use of copyright works.
  18. Third Party Copyright and Public Information Infrastructure/Registries: How much copyright tax must the public pay?
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Atkinson, Benedict
    [2008]
    In a case currently before the High Court of Australia (Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) v NSW ) the fundamental question at issue is whether the owner (in this case surveyors) of copyright material (in this case land survey plans) that is submitted as part of a public register (in this case the land titles registry) with all the benefits that entails, should nonetheless have the right to charge the government and end users every time they reproduce or communicate that material to the public. This book chapter examines the merits of this claim.
  19. Traditional cultural expression and the internet world
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Hedge, Susan
    [2008]
    This book chapter looks at the way traditional cultural expression can be protected on the Internet.
  20. A Guide to Developing Open Access Through Your Digital Repository
    Pappalardo, Kylie; Fitzgerald, Anne; Fitzgerald, Brian; Kiel-Chisholm, Scott; O'Brien, Damien; Austin, Anthony
    [2007-09]
    A guide to Developing Open Access Through Your Digital Repository assists universities and education institutions in formulating an open access policy for their digital repository. The guide explains how to establish digital repository infrastructure in an institution and describes best practice legal and management frameworks for this important asset. Copyright issues are are considered in detail so that academic material can be legally deposited in and made available through a digital repository. The guide encourages Australian academic institutions to consider their commitment to open access and articulate this in clear policies and copyright management frameworks.
  21. Copyright Guide for Research Students: What you need to know about copyright before depositing your electronic thesis in an online repository
    O'Brien, Damien; Fitzgerald, Anne; Fitzgerald, Brian; Kiel-Chisholm, Scott; Coates, Jessica; Pappalardo, Kylie; Austin, Anthony
    [2007-08]
    The Copyright Guide for Research Students seeks to explain fundamental issues of copyright in higher degree research theses, including the use of third party copyright material. The Guide provides real life scenarios of when students will need to obtain permission to use third party copyright material, Model Third Party Copyright Request Letters for obtaining permissions from copyright owners and a Model Copyright Compliance Table for students to record and monitor copyright issues in relation to their thesis.
  22. The Law as Cyberinfrastructure
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Pappalardo, Kylie
    [2007-08]
    The Law as Cyberinfrastructure considers open licensing models for use in collaborative endeavour through networked cyberinfrastructure. Open content licensing for copyright material is considered, with examples of the use of open content licensing from two major scientific research publication projects. The most common of the open content licensing models, Creative Commons, is described and the potential use of Creative Commons for databases is demonstrated. Open patent licensing is also examined and the perceived benefits and risks of open patent licensing are discussed.
  23. Building the Infrastructure for Data Access and Reuse in Collaborative Research : An Analysis of the Legal Context
    Fitzgerald, Anne; Pappalardo, Kylie; Fitzgerald, Brian; Austin, Anthony; Abbot, John; Cosman, Brendan; O'Brien, Damien; Singleton, Bill
    [2007-06]
    This Report examines the legal framework within which research data is generated, managed, disseminated and used. It provides an overview of the operation of copyright law, contract and confidentiality laws, as well as a range of legislation - privacy, public records and freedom of information legislation – that is of relevance to research data. The Report considers how these legal rules apply to define rights in research data and regulate the generation, management and sharing of data. The Report also describes and explains current practices and attitudes towards data sharing. A wide array of databases is analysed to ascertain the arrangements currently in place to manage and provide access to research data. Finally, the Report encourages researchers and research organisations to adopt proper management and legal frameworks for research data outputs. It provides practical guidance on the development and implementation of legal frameworks for data management with the objective of ensuring that research data can be accessed and used by other researchers.
  24. Search Engine Liability for Copyright Infringement
    Fitzgerald, Brian; O'Brien, Damien; Fitzgerald, Anne
    [2007-05]
    The chapter provides a broad overview to the topic of search engine liability for copyright infringement. In doing so, the chapter examines some of the key copyright law principles and their application to search engines. The chapter also provides an import discussion of some of the most important cases to be decided within the courts of the United States, Australia, China and Europe regarding the liability of search engines for copyright infringement. Finally, the chapter will conclude with some thoughts for reform, including how copyright law can be amended in order to accommodate and realise the great informative power which search engines have to offer society.
  25. Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Coates, Jessica; Lewis, Suzanne
    [2007-03]
    Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons brings together papers from some of the most prominent thinkers of our time on the internet, law and the importance of open content licensing in the digital age. Drawing on material presented at the Queensland University of Technology conference of the same name in January 2005, the text provides a snapshot of the thoughts of over 30 Australian and international experts – including Professor Lawrence Lessig, Futurist Richard Neville and the Hon Justice Ronald Sackville – on topics surrounding the international Creative Commons, from the landmark Eldred v Ashcroft copyright term decision to the legalities of digital sampling in a remix world. Edited book: Contributors include: Richard Neville, Professor Arun Sharma, Mark Fallu, Professor Barry Conyngham AM, Greg Lane, Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Nic Suzor, Professor Lawrence Lessig, Professor Richard Jones, Professor Greg Hearn, Professor John Quiggin, Dr David Rooney, Neeru Paharia, Michael Lavarch, Stuart Cunningha, Dr Terry Cutler, Damien O’Brien, Renato Ianella, Carol Fripp, Dennis MacNamara, Jean Burgess, The Hon Justice James Douglas, The Hon Justice Ronald Sackville, Linda Lavarch MP, Tom Cochrane, Ian Oi, Dr Anne Fitzgerald, Neale Hooper, Keith Done, Sal Humphreys, John Banks,
  26. The Role of Open Content Licences in Building Open Content Communities: Creative Commons, GFDL and Other Licences
    Suzor, Nicolas; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2007-01]
    This article seeks to highlight the unique and fundamental interaction between the legal notion of providing permission to reproduce or communicate copyright content (copyright licensing) and the building of open user generated online communities such as ccMixter and Flickr. As much of the information and content that is found in online communities – especially text, images, music and film – is subject to copyright, it can only be reproduced or communicated to the public with the permission of the copyright owner. Copyright licensing therefore plays a fundamental role in the development and day to day functioning of these online communities. In this way, copyright plays the role of a constitutional principle which delineates the rights to reuse expression. This article examines a number of case studies and provides some commentary on the way open content licensing can be used to support community building.
  27. Games and law: History, content, practice and law
    Humphreys, Sal; Fitzgerald, Brian; Banks, John; Done, Keith; Suzor, Nicolas
    [2007]
    Please refer to the publication website
  28. Internet and E-ommerce Law : Technology, Law and Policy
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Fitzgerald, Anne; Beale, Timothy; Lim, Yee Fen; Middleton, Gaye
    [2007]
    The last ten years have seen the internet and e-commerce emerge as central features of our commercial, social and cultural life. Developments such as Web 2.0, the semantic web, e-government strategies, user generated content, virtual worlds and online social networks have reshaped the way we communicate, interact and transact. The focus of this book is the regulatory framework of the internet and e-commerce. It considers how the law has developed in the context of rapid technological change and analyses how it is being applied to define rights and obligations in relation to the online infrastructure, content and practices. It offers an extensive, detailed and current analysis of several key areas of internet and e-commerce law which have undergone significant change in recent years: copyright in digital content, patents for software and e-business methods, domain names and trade marks, electronic contracting, privacy, cybercrime, taxation of internet businesses, liability of internet intermediaries and regulation of online content. This new text is essential for business and law students studying Internet and E-Commerce law, as well as information technology students and practitioners.
  29. Legal issues for wikis : the challenge of user-generated and peer-produced knowledge, content and culture
    Black, Peter; Delaney, Hayden; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2007]
  30. The role of open content licences in building open content communities : Creative Commons, GFDL and other licences
    Suzor, Nicolas; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2007]
    Knowledge is about cultural power. Considering that it is both resource and product within the brave new world of fast capitalism, this collection argues for knowledge cultures that are mutually engaged and hence more culturally inclusive and socially productive. Globalized intellectual property regimes, the privatization of information, and their counterpoint, the information and creative commons movements, constitute productive sites for the exploration of epistemologies that talk with each other rather than at and past each other. Global Knowledge Cultures provides a collection of accessible essays by some of the world's leading legal scholars, new media analysts, techno activists, library professionals, educators and philosophers. Issues canvassed by the authors include the ownership of knowledge, open content licensing, knowledge policy, the common-wealth of learning, transnational cultural governance, and information futures. Together, they call for sustained intercultural dialogue for more ethical knowledge cultures within contexts of fast knowledge capitalism.
  31. Digital copyright law in a YouTube world
    O'Brien, Damien; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006-11]
    A 12 year old girl uploads a video of herself lip syncing the latest Shakira pop song onto YouTube and is served with a copyright infringement notice. Has she breached copyright law? Has she infringed moral rights or performers' rights? Is she entitled to rely upon the defence of fair dealing? Can YouTube be held liable for authorising copyright infringement? And on what terms may her video be reused? The popularity of online video sharing websites has grown enormously over the past year, with the most famous of these YouTube now ranked as the 10th most popular website on the internet with over a 100 million videos viewed every day. However, the copyright and other related issues surrounding these video sharing websites - in particular the content which is uploaded to them - remain less clear. This article will provide an overview of key copyright law issues facing online video sharing websites, such as YouTube from an Australian perspective.
  32. Open Access to Knowledge (OAK) Law Project Report No. 1: Creating a legal framework for copyright management of open access within the Australian academic and research sector
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Fitzgerald, Anne; Perry, Mark; Kiel-Chisholm, Scott; Driscoll, Erin; Thampapillai, Dilan; Coates, Jessica
    [2006-11]
    This Report analyses the copyright law framework needed to ensure open access to outputs of the Australian academic and research sector such as datasets, articles and theses. It is written in the context of an increasing recognition, in Australia and internationally, that access to knowledge is a key driver of social, cultural and economic development and that publicly funded research should be openly accessible. With the objective of enabling access to knowledge, this Report proposes the development of clear protocols for copyright management (designed as practical and effective tools) for implementation in the Australian academic and research sector The Report explains that with the rise of networked digital technologies our knowledge landscape and innovation system is more and more reliant on best practice copyright management strategies. Furthermore in the 21st century these strategies need to accommodate both the demands for open sharing of knowledge and traditional commercialisation models. To this end, this Report examines the way in which practices for managing copyright, interact with the new web based frameworks that have developed for knowledge creation and dissemination. It focuses on specific areas that are central to the promotion of innovation and creativity in Australia, with emphasis on various types of repositories. More specifically, this Report provides an overview of the principles of copyright law, the concept of open access to knowledge, the recently developed open content models of copyright licensing and proposes a framework for enhancing the management of copyright interests in research and academic output (including electronic theses and dissertations (ETD)). The Report describes a forward work program which, upon implementation, will provide the platform for the development of systems and practices designed to effectively promote open access to knowledge within the Australian academic and research sector. The Report calls upon Australian research and funding institutions to consider their commitment to open access and articulate this in clear polices and copyright management frameworks. It proposes a survey of researchers about their understanding of, attitudes towards and experience with publishing agreements and the provision of model agreements that can facilitate open access and commercialisation objectives. The Report details a methodology for cataloguing and better understanding publishers’ attitudes towards open access. This list aims to be interoperable with the existing SHERPA list based in the UK and accessible through a web interface known as the OAK List. Finally the Report looks at copyright management of open access to ETD and makes proposals for better managing this process. In all of these endeavours the OAK Law Project aims to undertake work that will be of relevance to and can be utilised by key stakeholders.
  33. Copyright and the creative industries in China
    Montgomery, Lucy; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006-09]
    On 27 October 2001 the National People's Congress of China approved amendments to the Chinese Copyright Law that brought it closer in line with the Agreement on Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights 1994 (TRIPS) and the Berne Convention on Literary and Artistic Works of 1886. Since enacting its first copyright law in 1990 China has been engaged in the development of a copyright regime that accords with international practice. Accession to the WTO in December 2001 and associated amendments to the Copyright Law mark the latest step in the steady construction of an internationally aligned intellectual property regime. This article will outline Chinese copyright law as it exists today comparing it with the law that exists in other countries. It will then proceed to analyse the extent to which the formal provisions of the law have permeated Chinese culture and practice in the Creative Industries.
  34. The Australian Sony PlayStation Case and the Implementation of the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA)
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Suzor, Nicolas
    [2006-05]
    In this paper, we consider the definition of 'Technological Protection Measure' and the meaning of 'Effective Technological Measure' (ETM) in Article 17.4.7 of the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA). We consider the effect of the recent High Court decision in Stevens v Kabushiki Kaisha Sony Computer Entertainment [2005] HCA 58 and the emphasis of the court on upholding consumer interests. We also consider the recommendations of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Legal And Constitutional Affairs (LACA) with respect to Art 17.4.7, and the way in which these recommendations can be implemented to protect the legitimate interests of both copyright holders and consumers, while staying within the boundaries of our international obligations. We conclude that the recommendation that liability for circumvention of technological measures should be linked to copyright infringement, and that the LACA recommendation, the text of the AUSFTA, and a recent US Court of Appeals decision in StorageTek v Custom Hardware Engineering ((2005) 421 F.3d 1307) all provide support for this proposition.
  35. Mashups, remixes and copyright law
    O'Brien, Damien; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006-05]
    The current buzz in the internet world is about "mashups" and "remix". This article explores the question as to the legality of engaging in the practices of mashing and remix of copyright material as a part of cultural existence and expression – without the permission of the copyright owner. In the context of mashups, the article will look at the increasing number of video and website mashups and what this means for copyright law; while in the context of remix the article will consider the recent Dean Gray remix and what copyright law is willing to permit in this regard.
  36. The Australian Sony PlayStation Case: How Far Will Anti-circumvention Law Reach in the Name of DRM?
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006]
    This chapter overviews the legal issues arising from the modification of the Sony PlayStation console under Australian Copyright Law - the so called anti-circumvention provisions. It will explain how these provisions have been interpreted by the courts and focus on the very recent decision of the Australian High Court. The article concludes by examining the extent to which the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA) will impact upon this area of law.
  37. Bloggers and the law
    Fitzgerald, Brian; O'Brien, Damien
    [2006]
    Like any other communicative activity blogging is regulated by the law. It is therefore essential that bloggers are aware of the relevant laws relating to intellectual property (particularly copyright and trademark law), defamation, privacy, media and journalism, and employment relations. This chapter will highlight some of the most important issues that can and have arisen in relation to blogs and the law. It goes without saying that law will pro-vide a challenge to and be challenged by the distributed, original and dynamic culture inherent in blogging.
  38. FLOSS as Democratic Principle: Free Software as Democratic Principle
    Perry, Mark; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006]
    Free software – software in which the human readable source code is disclosed and distributed to the world - provides an excellent opportunity to "scrutinise" how software operates. By way of contrast, software that is distributed in binary form with the source code not disclosed (closed) promotes secrecy and ignorance as to how the software operates. If I were just about to be convicted of murder or to elect a President through a democratic process that relied on software I would feel more comfortable knowing the inner thoughts of that software – for software as a discursive practice has the power through its coding by humans (normally large private corporations) to construct knowledge much the same was as language, and embodies the thoughts of those that build it. Our thesis is that core software infrastructure in a vibrant democracy must be able to be scrutinised, reviewed and made accountable by any citizen through access to the source code. At present, free software provides that opportunity. What is more, free software allows citizens to better participate in and improve upon the process of democracy.
  39. Legal Framework for e-Research
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Abbot, John
    [2006]
    This article outlines the legal issues arising from e-Research and explains a DEST funded project based at QUT that is addressing these issues.
  40. The Rise of Open Access in the Creative, Educational and Science Commons
    Kiel-Chisholm, Scott; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006]
    Management of intellectual property and in particular copyright is one of the most challenging issues in an increasingly digital world. The rise of the Open Access (OA) movement provides a new model for managing intellectual property in educational and research environments. OA aims to promote greater and more efficient access to educational and research materials and has an international profile. This article will overview the basic charter of OA and explain how it proposes to transform academic communication and publishing in an online world. Importantly, this article will also overview the legal issues that surround the move towards OA and the concept of Open Content Licensing (including the Creative Commons Project).
  41. Structuring open access to knowledge : the Creative Commons story
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2006]
    The book examines how libraries are changing as they incorporate the @ (representing digital technologies) to become libr@ries. The central question concerns how traditional libraries are not being supplanted by digital ones, but rather incorporating them within their histories and traditional value systems.
  42. Digital sampling and culture jamming in a remix world: what does the law allow?
    Fitzgerald, Brian; O'Brien, Damien
    [2005-12]
    This article looks at the way in which intellectual property law in particular copyright and trademark law deals with the "free culture" practices of digital sampling and culture jamming. It considers the recent US case on digital sampling, Bridgeport Music Inc v Dimension Films Inc, and its relevance to Australian law, along with the critical issues of ‘substantial part’, moral rights and fair dealing. This analysis is applied to a short case study of MP3 Blogs. In relation to culture jamming the article considers the legality of using trademarks as part of social commentary under Australian, Canadian and US trademark law. The article explores the way in which Creative Commons licences and the current "Fair Use Review" by the Commonwealth Attorney General can solve some of the existing problems and enhance participation in our ever growing remix culture. The article concludes by calling for greater clarity in the law in relation to the "free culture" practices of sampling and culture jamming in order to sponsor social and creative innovation.
  43. Legal issues for the use of free and open source software in government
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Suzor, Nicolas
    [2005-11]
    This article explains the notion of free and open source software (‘FOSS’) and the reasons why governments throughout the world are giving it close consideration. In particular, it highlights key legal issues facing the adoption and development of FOSS by governments. From the aspect of government procurement the article examines the models used by governments to create a level playing field for the supply of FOSS, intellectual property warranties and indemnities and the operation of the Trade Practices Act. In terms of government development of FOSS, the article considers the licensing mechanisms that will be implemented in the development and distribution of such software. In the final section, the article assesses the threat software patents and the current SCO litigation provide for FOSS. The article concludes by emphasising that governments need to be fully aware of this landscape to assess what is the most effective technology available.
  44. Creative Commons: accessing, negotiating and remixing online content
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2005-04]
    Overview of the Creative Commons project.
  45. The Playstation mod chip: A technological guarantee of the digital consumer's liberty or copyright menace/circumvention device?
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2005-03]
    This article overviews the way in which anti-circumvention laws recently enacted in countries such as the United States, the European Union and Australia have been utilised to reinforce digital rights management. In particular, this artcile looks at the Australian case that has been replicated around the world concerning the modification of the Sony PlayStation console in order to circumvent regional access coding (RAC) on Sony PlayStation games. RAC makes it difficult to use local platforms to play burnt or copied games and games from other geographical regions. The article examines the litigation concerning this issue which is currently before the the highest court in the Australian legal jurisdiction - the High Court of Australia.
  46. Fan based production for computer games: User led innovation, the 'drift of value' and the negotiation of intellectual property rights
    Humphreys, Sal; Fitzgerald, Brian; Banks, John; Suzor, Nicolas
    [2005-02]
    Fan based or third party content creation has assumed an integral place in the multimillion dollar computer games industry. The emerging production ecology that involves new kinds of distributed organisations and ad-hoc networks epitomises the ‘drift of value’ from producer to consumer and allows us to understand how user-led innovation influences the creative industries. But the ability to control intellectual property rights in content production is critical to the power structures and social dynamic that are being created in this space. Trainz, a train simulation game released by Brisbane developer Auran, which relies heavily on fan created content for its success is used as a case study. The licence agreements between Auran and the fan creators are analysed in order to understand how the balance between the commercial and non-commercial is achieved and how the tension between open networks of collaboration and closed structures of commercial competitive environments are negotiated. It explains the intellectual property issues involved and highlights how the interface between copyright and contract will have a critical impact on this example of user led innovation.
  47. "banquan falu yu zhongguo chuangyi gongye" (Copyright Law and the Creative Industries in China)
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Montgomery, Lucy
    [2005]
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  48. Copyright Law and the Creative Industries in China
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Montgomery, Lucy
    [2005]
    The rise of a global information economy has brought China under heavy pressure to protect copyright. Since passing its first copyright law in 1990, China has been engaged in the steady construction of a copyright system that accords with international standards. However, striking a balance between encouraging economic activity through the protection of intellectual property rights and creating an environment in which the needs of consumers are respected and creativity and innovation are not stifled is an ongoing challenge. This paper briefly discusses the role that copyright law might play in the development of China’s creative industries, with reference to China’s own legal and creative traditions, as well as the experiences of people working in today’s domestic film and music industries. The scope of the present law is outlined and the relevance of alternative protection models such as ‘open content licensing’ is considered.
  49. Creative Commons (CC): Accessing, Negotiating and Remixing Online Content
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2005]
    This chapter overviews the Creative Commons project and looks at key issues facing copyright in the digital age
  50. Digital rights management (DRM) : managing digital rights for open access
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Reid, Jason
    [2005]
    When one mentions the term digital rights management (DRM), the immediate perception is of a copyright owner seeking to further exploit their product for economic reward. This article explains the nonrivalrous nature of information and how intellectual property rights can also be used to manage digital content for open access. In short DRM should be seen as being capable of facilitating not only restricted access but also facilitating open access. The paradigm shift proposed is for us to conceptualise DRM as being about the management of intellectual propert rights either for an open or restrictive purpose.
  51. Legal Issues Relating to Free and Open Source Software
    [2005]
    On 3 July 2002, QUT hosted the Legal Issues Relating to Free and Open Source Software Conference, which was opened by The Honourable Paul Lucas MP, Minister for Innovation and Information Economy for the State of Queensland Australia. The conference examined legal and business issues facing the development and implementation of free and open source software. The presenters were lawyers, academics and software developers expert in the area drawn from Australia and the USA. This publication embodies much of what was presented at the conference, which was and still is contemporary and challenging. The issues considered not only reflect on the past and present but also the future landscape.
  52. Open Content Licencing (OCL) for Open Educational Resources
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2005]
    The Internet and associated digital technologies provide us with an enormous potential to access and build information and knowledge networks. Information and knowledge can be communicated in an instant across the globe, cheaply and with good quality, by even the most basic Internet user. In short, recent developments in digital technology have opened up a vast new landscape for knowledge management. However copyright law which takes definition from international conventions and is similar in most countries provides that you cannot reproduce or communicate copyright material (literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, films and sound recordings) without the permission of the copyright owner subject to exceptions for fair use/dealing, private use and educational use. Private use and educational use exceptions are usually subject to the payment of a statutory levy, royalty or licence fee. Therefore while the technology has the capacity, the legal restrictions on the reuse of copyright material, hampers its negotiability in the digital environment. Copyright owners are not obliged to give permission to allow others to reuse their material even with payment of fair compensation unless they are compelled to do so by the law. There are some compulsory licences – for example I can make a recording of any song pursuant to a compulsory licence - but they are not widespread. Going through the process of obtaining permission to reuse copyright material can also be very time consuming and expensive.
  53. Secure communication protocol for preserving E-tendering integrity.
    Du, Rong; Foo, Ernest; Boyd, Colin; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2004-12]
    This paper presents a secure communication protocol which can be used as the framework for an e-tendering scheme. This protocol is focused on securing the integrity of tendering documents and ensuring that a secure record of document generation is kept. Our protocol provides a mechanism to manage e-tendering contract evidence as a legal record in a unique and effective manner. It is the starting point of reliable record keeping. To a certain extent, it also addresses existing security problems in the traditional tendering processes.
  54. Copyright liability of universities in the networked environment : the issue of peer to peer (P2P) file sharing
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2004]
  55. Defining Security Services for Electronic Tendering
    Boyd, Colin; Du, Rong; Fitzgerald, Brian; Foo, Ernest
    [2004]
  56. Free Culture: Cultivating the Creative Commons
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Oi, Ian
    [2004]
    Throughout March and April 2004 the authors have been involved (along with fellow Project Leader QUT DVC Tom Cochrane) in a series of talks to brief the community about the further development of the Creative Commons Project in Australia – http://creativecommons.org/projects/international/au/. In February 2004 Queensland University of Technology (QUT) became the institutional affiliate for the project and over the last few months has worked closely with Blake Dawson Waldron Lawyers, who have taken primary responsibility for drafting an Australian version of the Creative Commons licences. This overview of the project is based on a seminar delivered at Melbourne University Law School hosted by IPRIA. Creative Commons aims to promote better identification, negotiation and reutilization of content for the purposes of creativity and innovation. It aims to make copyright content more “active‿ by ensuring that content can be reutilized with a minimum of transactional effort. As the project highlights, the use of an effective identification or labeling scheme and an easy to understand and implement legal framework is vital to furthering this purpose.
  57. Intellectual Property in principle
    Fitzgerald, Anne; Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2004]
    Provides a succinct contemporary account of the essential principles of all forms of intellectual property recognised in Australian law and incorporates recent international developments and numerous legislative amendments from recent years. Intended for use primarily in undergraduates law courses.
  58. Legal Issues Relating to Free and Open Source Software
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Bassett, Graham
    [2004]
    This book examines legal issues relating to free and open source software.
  59. Secure Communications Protocol for Preserving E-Tendering Integrity
    Boyd, Colin; Du, Rong; Fitzgerald, Brian; Foo, Ernest
    [2004]
  60. Theoretical underpinning of intellectual property : "I am a pragmatist but theory is my rhetoric"
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2003-07]
    This article emanates from a Symposium hosted by Professor Margaret Ann Wilkinson and sponsored by the University of Western Ontario Law School and Centre for Innovation Law and Policy. The Symposium and the resulting articles aim to explore the theoretical dimensions of intellectual property law. This article argues, in contrast to the learned scholarship of my co-panellist, that theorising about intellectual property law is an innately political act that implements a pragmatic moment fueled by economic, social and cultural factors.
  61. "Dow Jones & Company Inc v Gutnick [2002] HCA 56: Negotiating American legal hegemony in the transnational world of cyberspace"
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2003]
    [This case note provides an overview of the High Court’s landmark decision in Gutnick, concerning defamation on, and jurisdiction over, the Internet. As well as providing a detailed analysis of the judgments and their impact on defamation law and cyberlaw, the case note considers the dominant role of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution in cyberspace. It calls for a negotiation of this dominance by American legal principle in cyberspace and argues for conceptualising a constitutionalism for transnational society implemented by national courts. While seeing the Gutnick decision as inevitable, the case note highlights the limitations enunciated by the High Court and explains how the decision will provide the platform for legal regulation that will allow the distributed nature of the Internet to prosper.]
  62. Law of the Surf
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Harrison, Joanne
    [2003]
    This article considers legal issues relating to beach, surf and surfing related activities.
  63. Legal Issues for Free and Open Source Software
    [2003]
    This is a volume of essays examining the legal issues arising from the development and implementation of free and open source software.
  64. Law of the Surf Forum Number 2
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Clarke, Geoffrey
    [2002]
    Considers the law and its relationship to surfboard riding.
  65. Digital Property: The Ultimate Boundary?
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2001]
    This article outlines the tole of copyright, patent and trademark law along with competition and contract law in shaping the boundaries of digital property.
  66. Law of the Surf Forum Number 1
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Clarke, Geoffrey
    [2001]
    Considers law and its relationship to surfboarding riding.
  67. "Software as Discourse: The Power of Intellectual Property in Digital Architecture"
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [2000]
    This article examines the way in which IP right sin software can structure and impact upon communication.
  68. Trademark dilution and the commodification of information : understanding the ‘cultural command’
    Fitzgerald, Brian; Sheehan, Emma
    [1999]
    This article examines the scope of trademark law in relation to cultural use
  69. "Trade Based Constitutionalisms: A Framework for Universalising Substantive International law"
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1996]
    This article considers The TRIPS Agreement in the context of international law making.
  70. Ownership as the proximity or privity principle in unjust enrichmentlaw
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1995]
    This article examines the rationale for unjust enrichment law and considers the theory of Samuel Stoljar. It examines how the Stoljar poperty theaory might be better undertsood and how it might fit with the approach to unjust enrichment espoused by Professor Peter Birks. The article considers the notion and role of "ownership" in unjust enrichment law.
  71. "Unjust Enrichment As A Principle of Australian Constitutionalism"
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1995]
    This article examines the central role of unjust enrichment in Australian constitutionalism.
  72. International human rights and the High Court of Australia
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1994]
    This article looks at the role and influence of international human rights in the judicial reasoning of the High Court of Australia. It considers the interplay between domestic law and international law at a practical and theoretical level in the context of the case of Dietrich v Queen.
  73. Tracing at Law, the Exchange Product Theory and Ignorance as an Unjust Factor in the Law of Unjust Enrichment
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1994]
    This article examines the notion of ignorance as an unjust factor in the law of unjust enrichment and considers the case of Lipkin v Gorman and its treatment of the concept of tracing.
  74. When should unconstitutionality mean void ab initio?
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1994]
    This article considers the effect of a court determination that a law is unconstitutional. It looks at how activities that have been regulated pursuant to the unconstitutional law should be dealt with. It considers whether the legislation should be void ab initio (from the beginning) or only de futuro (in the future - prospective over-ruling).
  75. Ultra Vires as an Unjust Factor in the Law of Unjust Enrichment
    Fitzgerald, Brian
    [1993]
    This article examines the application of unjust enrichment and restitution law to ultra vires government acts. It posits a general theory about how courts should deal with the effect of unconstitutionality.

Resources by Brian F. Fitzgerald (215)

  1. Tracing the law, the exchange product theory and ignorance as an unjust factor in the law of unjust enrichment. (United Kingdom)
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    University of Tasmania Law Review
    [ Article : 1994 ]
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  2. "Trade Based Constitutionalisms: A Framework for Universalising Substantive International law"
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    [ Article : 1996 ]
    At QUT Inst Rep
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  3. Ultra Vires as an Unjust Factor in the Law of Unjust Enrichment
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    Griffith Law Review
    [ Article : 1993 ]
    At QUT Inst Rep
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  4. Ownership as the proximity or privity principle in unjust enrichmentlaw
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    [ Article : 1995 ]
    At QUT Inst Rep
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  5. Proportionality and Australian constitutionalism. (Law School Centenary Volume: Constitutional Law Issue)
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    University of Tasmania Law Review
    [ Article : 1993 ]
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  6. Proportionality and Australian constitutionalism
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    University of Tasmania Law Review
    [ Article : 1993 ]
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  7. The Playstation mod chip: A technological guarantee of the digital consumer's liberty or copyright menace/circumvention device?
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    [ Article : 2005 ]
    At QUT Inst Rep
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  8. Navigating cyberspace: frontier land or legal minefield?
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    Southern Cross University Law Review
    [ Article : 1999 ]
    View online (conditions apply)
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  9. An emerging liberal theory of international law and the non-enforcement of foreign public laws
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    Australian Yearbook of International Law
    [ Article : 1995 ]
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  10. Digital Property: The Ultimate Boundary?
    Fitzgerald, Brian F
    [ Article : 2001 ]
    At QUT Inst Rep
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  1. Australian Constitutional Law and Theory: Commentary and Materials
    Rose, Alan
    Law Institute Journal
    [ Article : 1996 ]
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  1. Fitzgerald, Paul
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation; Brain Stimulation; Magnetic Seizure Therapy; Depression; Schizophrenia; tDCS; TMS; MST; DBS
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  2. Murray, P. D. F., (Patrick Desmond Fitzgerald) (1900-1967)
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  1. Government Gazette Tenders and Contracts
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Wednesday 24 February 1892 [Issue No.130 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 1547

    Government Gazette Tenders And Contracts

    ... . k 6 I 9 6 3 5 Hi 3 f i Frequency of Communi cation. No. of times per week. Nine times or oftener ... 'Kinnonj 64 F. S. Graham j 65 Louis P. HanrahEm 66 John V. Wilson... 67 John B. Seen 68 Stephen D. Wilcox 69 ... 26095 words
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  2. AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. A.I.F. Lists 358-369.
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    Government Gazette Appointments And Employment

    ... AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. A.I.F. Lists 358-369. THE Governor-General in Council has approved of ... Brigade, 18th July, 1918; Major (temporary Lieutenant-Colonel) G. F. G. Wieck, D.S.O., !)th Light Horse ... 6064 words
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  3. No. 36. LIST OF LETTERS RETURNED FROM THE COUNTRY, AND NOW LYING AT THIS OFFICE UNCLAIMED.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Saturday 18 January 1890 [Issue No.43 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 527

    Government Gazette Notices

    ... ., Silverton 12 Feild C. F., Broken Hill 13 Fisher A., Broken TTill 14 Fitzgerald P. J., Granville (2) 16 ... ., Silverton 21 Andrews F. T., Broken Hill 22 Andrews R.. H., Broken Hill 23 Ansiline Miss E., Broken Hil L 23 ... 41379 words
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  1. OBITUARY MR. F. FITZGERALD
    The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954) Monday 4 December 1939 p 2 Article
    ... OBITUARY MR. F. FITZGERALD The death of Mr. Frederick Fitz-gerald, which occurred in the Wya ... . and Mrs. Richard Fitz-gerald, of "Wilga Vale," Wamboyne. "Dick" Fitzgerald selected his "Wil ga Vale ... 482 words
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  2. MRS. M. F. FITZGERALD.
    Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Friday 13 February 1953 p 2 Article
    ... MRS. M. F. FITZGERALD. Rev. Father C. Bradley conducted; a service in St Carth • age's Cathedral ... Florence Fitzgerald, who   had been living with Mr. and   Mrs. Mc'Cann in Ewing Street Lismore ... 110 words
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  3. BRIAN BORU HOTEL. 1
    The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918) Friday 12 June 1908 p 4 Article
    ... Brian Boru wan bettor patronised than tho Cheshire Arms. t If money were expended on it, however, it f ... BRIAN BORU HOTEL. Tho Brian Boru Hotel, at the corner ol Chapel street and Mclvor road, was next ... 1228 words
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  1. F. Scott Fitzgerald and the art of social fiction / [by] Brian Way
    Way, Brian
    [ Book : 1980 ]
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  2. F. Scott Fitzgerald / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom
    Bloom, Harold
    [ Book : 1985-2009 ]
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  3. The great Gatsby : F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Phillips, Brian
    [ Book : 2002 ]
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  4. Scott Fitzgerald : the promises of life / edited by A. Robert Lee
    Lee, A. Robert, 1941-
    [ Book : 1989 ]
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  1. Book reviews: 'Blog, podcast, vodcast and wiki copyright guide for Australia', by Anthony C. Austin, Jessica M. Coates, Hannah Donnelly and Brian F. Fitzgerald, and 'A user's guide to the flexible dealing provision for libraries, educational institut ...
    McShane, Ian; Swinburne University of Technology
    [ Article : 2009 ]
    At SwinburneUni Inst Re
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  2. APPENDIX F (30 June 1986)
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    [ Article : 1986 ]
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    At Trove DigitalLibrary
    APPENDIX F (30 June 1986)
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  3. ESTIMATES COMMITTEE F (30 June 1983)
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    Reports to the Senate on departmental additional estimates
    [ Article : 1983 ]
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  4. APPENDIX F APPROVED RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS (30 June 1981)
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    [ Article : 1981 ]
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  1. Papers of Brian Fitzpatrick
    Fitzpatrick, Brian, 1905-1965
    [ Unpublished : 1921-1965 ]
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  2. FitzGerald family - further papers, 1827, 1916-1993
    FitzGerald family
    [ Unpublished : 1993 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  3. Volume 30 Item 2: Angus & Robertson correspondence files from Violet Ferres to W.F. Fitzpatrick, 1898-1931
    [ Unpublished : 1898-1931 ]
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    Volume 30 Item 2: Angus & Robertson correspondence files from Violet Ferres to W.F. Fitzpatrick, 1898-1931
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  1. JFK
    Warner Home Video (Firm)
    [ Video : 1991-2013 ]
    Languages: English;French;Spanish;Portuguese, [7 others]
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  2. Rhapsody in blue / George Gershwin
    Gershwin, George, 1898-1937
    [ Sound : 1920-2018 ]
    Languages: English;No linguistic content;German;n/a, [4 others]
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    At 29 libraries
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  3. The beautiful & the damned
    Accent Film Entertainment
    [ Video : 2001-2013 ]
    Languages: English;Spanish, [1 other]
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  4. In the hands of the enemy : America surrenders an army / Reel Productions ; producer, Steve Griesen ; director-script, Jeffrey Bates ; script, William Hagle
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  1. S.A. Fitzgerald
    S.A. Fitzgerald
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    S. A. Fitzgerald toured Australasia as a character actor from the 1890s to the 1920s. He was born Stephen Australia Fitzgerald at West Maitland NSW 6 October 1858, to Stephen Fitzgerald and Margaret M...

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  2. Max Clifton
    Max Clifton
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    Max Clifton was a promising actor in the early 20th Century. He was born Richard McGuinness Fitzgerald at West Maitland NSW 19 June 1882. Richard was the oldest surviving child of Stephen Australia Fi...

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  3. Open Source
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  1. Toorak Teachers' College
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