Who owns copyright in native title connection reports?

in Indigenous Law Bulletin

Authors – Terri Janke and Eamon Ritchie

Title – ‘Who owns copyright in native title connection reports’.

Journal ‘Indigenous Law Bulletin’. Volume 8 Issue 20 Sept/Oct 2015

 

The native title claim process generates a great number of reports that embody Indigenous cultural knowledge. These reports are submitted as evidence, and dealing with them is subject to rules of evidence while the claim is on foot. This article asks the question: after the claim is over, who owns the reports? Who can access, reproduce or publish these culturally significant reports?

 

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