Disclaimer & Privacy
What we do
Music Rights Australia provides investigative, preventative and educational services in the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights for the Australian music industry.
Music Rights Australia acts on behalf of the major record companies and the music publishers.
What personal information we collect
Music Rights Australia may collect personal information about you if:
- You report suspected copyright infringement to us;
- You contact us (other than to report suspected copyright infringement); or
A report has been made about you or your organisation in relation to copyright infringement.
Privacy of informants
All informant details are treated confidentially and Music Rights Australia does not release these details without your express prior consent.
What we do with personal information that we collect
Music Rights Australia respects the privacy of the individuals we deal with. In our handling of personally identifiable information about individuals, we comply with the requirements of the National Privacy Principles in the Federal Privacy Act 1988.
Information given to us in relation to suspected copyright infringement may be forwarded to third parties such as the copyright owners, investigators or legal advisors. This may include sending information to copyright owners outside of Australia.
Information that we collect when you contact us to register for a Music Rights Australia seminar or training event will be used only to facilitate the administration of that event. The information will not be transferred to any other parties unless you indicate on your registration that you wish to receive further information from Music Rights Australia.
Information that we collect when you contact us other than to report suspected copyright infringement may be transferred to our stakeholders to assist them in managing the activities of Music Rights Australia.