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Thursday, 4 May 1989
Page: 1761

Senator MACKLIN(10.59) -The Minister is saying that audiovisual material does not differ in any way from printed material. Given the bulk of some of this material and given the removal of the provision concerning the detailed keeping of copies and so forth that has been quite sensibly arranged, a person is able to make a copy of a page of an article for the purposes of a quotation in, say, a term paper that he is writing. I assume that that is on a par with a person making a copy of, say, a photograph for the purposes of inserting that into a term paper. If I am wrong, we may need Senator Hill's amendment. I assume that Senator Hill in his amendment is saying that that is not the case. I am trying to seek clarification from the Government that that is the case.