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Reporting infringement: Can I report copyright infringements to the Copyright Council?

Generally, it is up to the copyright owner to take steps to deal with infringements. You cannot “report” copyright infringements to the Copyright Council of New Zealand, as we have no responsibility for or power to investigate or enforce, compliance with copyright laws.

However, some industry organisations, including members of the Copyright Council, are interested in being notified of infringements of copyright in their members’ material. Click here for a full list of Copyright Council members.







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