This site contains a variety of copyright material. Some of this is the intellectual property of individuals (as named), some is owned by the University itself, some material is owned by others and used under licence by the university and other material is in the public domain. Except for material which is unambiguously and unarguably in the public domain, only material owned by the Australian Catholic University, and so indicated, may be copied, provided that textual and graphical content are not altered and that the source is acknowledged. The University reserves the right to revoke that permission at any time. Permission is not given for any commercial use or sale of this material. For any other uses permission is required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No other material anywhere on this website may be copied (except as legally allowed for fair dealing) or further disseminated without the express and written permission of the legal holder of that copyright.
If you have identified a use of copyright material on the Australian Catholic University network that may constitute a copyright infringement or a breach of agreed licence or contract, please notify us:
Your notification must be in the form of:
To Australian Catholic University
1. I give this notice for the purposes of condition 3 of item 4 of the table in subsection 116AH(1) of the Copyright Act 1968 and section 24 of the Copyright Regulations 2017.
2. I am the *owner/*exclusive licensee/*agent of the owner/*agent of the exclusive licensee of the copyright in the following copyright material residing on your system or network, and I believe, in good faith, that the storage of the material on your system or network is not authorised by the owner or any exclusive licensee of the copyright in that material, or by the Copyright Act 1968, and is therefore an infringement of the copyright in the material:
[insert sufficient information to enable the carriage service provider:
(a) to identify the copyright material in respect of which the infringement is claimed; and
(b) to locate on the carriage service provider’s system or network the copyright material]
3. I have taken reasonable steps to ensure that the information and statements in this notice are accurate.
*Owner/*Exclusive licensee/*Agent of the owner/*Agent of the exclusive licensee
* Omit if inapplicable
This information should be emailed to email@example.com who is the University’s designated representative for receiving takedown notices and complaints regarding the possible use of infringing or unlicensed copyright material.
If you do not wish to email the information, you can post your claim to:
Australian Catholic University
PO Box 256
Dickson ACT 2602
Any university Member who have received a complaint about the use of copyright material on the ACU’s network must promptly forward the details of the complaint to the above designated representative for further action.