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Copyright guide

Copyright basics - Exception for persons with perceptual disabilities

The Copyright Act (s.32) allows copying, translation, adaptation and reproduction in sign language of literary, musical, artistic or dramatic works, to create a document in a format specifically designed for persons with perceptual disabilities. This exception does not apply in cases where the work is commercially available in an appropriate format or for cinematographic works.

Updated: Thursday 4 June 2020
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