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Thursday, 30 June 1994
Page: 2521

Senator COULTER (8.35 p.m.) —With respect, 11(d) is a different type of action. One is not allowed to sell the material. That is clear, because that is what the legislation seeks to do. But paragraph (a) says that one is not to produce or reproduce the material, which one is allowed to do, provided one does not do it for commercial purposes, for sale. The types of actions in paragraph (d) and the other clauses are really quite different. Paragraph (d) does not qualify the other clauses. It stands as a separate subclause; otherwise it would not be there. I repeat: one is prevented under clause 11 from producing or reproducing the material. As I understand it, that is not the intention of this legislation.