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Making Copyright Content Available in the Cloud vs the Making of Copies: Revisiting Optus TV and Aereo
In the digital environment, the commercialisation of copyright content is increasingly led by access to content, rather than the provision of copies. Copyright law nevertheless remains fixated on copies, or more specifically, copyright owners' exclusive reproduction right. This unwavering fixation on copying blinds us to the potential afforded by the right to make works available to the public — a broad right introduced in 1996 by the WIPO Internet Treaties to address the interactivedoi:10.26180/5db8067999d3d fatcat:usj24kmjfbagjkkoslob4uopya