In Australia, copyright law is contained in the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act), and in court decisions that have interpreted the provisions of the Act. The law gives owners of copyright exclusive rights to do certain things with their material. Copyright is intended to protect creative works from being used without the agreement of the owner.
Reproducing copyright material without the copyright owner's permission will be an infringement of copyright. Dealing with part of a work may also infringe copyright if that part is important to the work - it need not be a proportionally large part.
A copyright owner is entitled to take legal action against a person who infringes their copyright. Unless otherwise permitted by Australian copyright legislation, unauthorised copying of works in which copyright subsists may infringe the copyright in that work.
All information within the resource material developed by Integracom is protected under the Copyright Act 1968 and remains the property of Carl Holmes (Workplace Technologies) and shall in no way be reproduced either partially or fully without the written permission from the copyright owner (Carl Holmes).
By proceeding with the order you are agreeing to abide by the terms and conditions in relation to the copyright notice outlined above.
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