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Creative Content Australia is a film and television industry initiative that serves to promote and protect the value of the industry by raising awareness, understanding and appreciation of intellectual property and its role and value in society.

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Site blocking proves effective in closing 'front door' to online piracy - New anti-piracy campaign launches

Wednesday 21 February 2018 - The fight against piracy has claimed a significant victory. {mo..

New piracy research shows most pirates have encountered site blocks, contracted a virus or malware due to piracy, and 'search' is one of the most used means of finding infringing content

Thursday 16 November 2017 - New, independent research commissioned by anti-piracy organisation C..


Friday 18 August 2017 - Creative Content Australia (CCA), an industry organisation committed to ..

Download away: Creative Content Australia launches comprehensive teaching resource in secondary schools

Creative Content Australia has produced a comprehensive classroom resource for secondary schools..

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Why I love movies? Creative Content Australia & ATOM call for entries for new film competition

Creative Content Australia and ATOM today announced a new film competition for students of all a..

Research proves piracy harms film & TV sales

SYDNEY: The argument that illegal file sharing does not harm the sales of film and television co..

Screen Community Launches ‘Thank You’ Campaign at Movie Convention

GOLD COAST: The screen community in Australia launched a new campaign today to say thank you to ..

78% agree more legal download options available

SYDNEY: Research released today reveals 78% of Australians agree that there are an increasing nu..

ISPs hold the key to reducing online movie and TV theft by 72%

SYDNEY: Research released today reveals 72% of consumers say they would stop illegal downloading..

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