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 * If you are a current student who normally writes notes for class, copy and paste your notes into places where you think it will be helpful. * If you are a current student who normally writes notes for class, copy and paste your notes into places where you think it will be helpful.
 * You can copy-edit the work of others: make it simpler, easier to understand. * You can copy-edit the work of others: make it simpler, easier to understand.
-* For any section where it would be useful, copy and paste material from another free and open source into our book. Remember, you may only copy and paste material that is in the Public Domain or licensed under one of CC BY or CC BY-SA. Some places you might like to start are: +* For any section where it would be useful, copy and paste material from another free and open source into our book. Remember, you may only copy and paste material that is in the Public Domain or licensed under one of CC BY or CC BY-SA. ​ 
-    * Wikipedia (CC BY-SA) + 
-    * http://​cyber.law.harvard.edu/​copyrightforlibrarians/​Main_Page ​ (CC BY) +Some places you might like to start are: 
-    * http://​itlaw.wikia.com/​wiki/​The_IT_Law_Wiki ​ (CC BY SA) + 
-    * http://​www.teachingcopyright.org/​curriculum/​hs ​ (CC BY) +* Wikipedia (CC BY-SA) 
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 * rich: we integrate free videos, quizzes, and other materials into this book to make it a complete research for learning Australian Intellectual Property law. * rich: we integrate free videos, quizzes, and other materials into this book to make it a complete research for learning Australian Intellectual Property law.
  
-## Contributors 
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-Please add your details below so that we can properly acknowledge your work. 
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-Academic contributions:​ 
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-* Nicolas Suzor (QUT) 
-* Kylie Pappalardo (QUT) 
-* Jessica Stevens (QUT) 
-* Amanda Scardamaglia (Swinburne) 
-* Jay Sanderson (USC) 
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-Student contributions:​ 
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-* Natalie Cameron 
-* Alice Chalk 
-* Marcus De Witt-Ryall 
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-The textbook also includes material from: 
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-* Wikipedia (CC BY-SA) 
-* http://​cyber.law.harvard.edu/​copyrightforlibrarians/​Main_Page ​ (CC BY) 
-* http://​itlaw.wikia.com/​wiki/​The_IT_Law_Wiki ​ (CC BY SA) 
-* http://​www.teachingcopyright.org/​curriculum/​hs ​ (CC BY) 
-* http://​pad.p2pu.org/​p/​school-of-open-resources ​ 
  
  
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