Combating Piracy Starts With You

A few days ago we made a post about whether making more content accessible and affordable could stop online piracy. Whereas Kickass Aussies Want More think that this is the case, representatives of Creative Content Australia seem to disagree. We personally think that both are really valid points, but this debate can go on forever… Continue reading Combating Piracy Starts With You

Will accessible content be enough to stop online piracy?

  We recently came across some posts from Kick Ass Aussies Want More about what changes can be made to reduce piracy. This page argues that making paid content more accessible and affordable in Australia will reduce the amount of piracy that occurs in Australia. Research by Creative Content Australia demonstrates that from 2014 to… Continue reading Will accessible content be enough to stop online piracy?

Netflix isn’t the only place you can stream your entertainment

Photo sourced from: http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2015/05/you-can-now-access-stan-through-apple-tv/ Just like our music streaming services, there are also paid streaming services for movies and TV shows in Australia. These provide ways to watch some of the latest TV shows and movies, as well as options produced originally just for these streaming services. Although most of us have only heard of… Continue reading Netflix isn’t the only place you can stream your entertainment

Paying for Music is more affordable than you think

Showing support for our creative industries has now become as easy as ever. The rise of paid stream services for music, film and TV shows have made obtaining your entertainment sources cheaper than they were ever before. Here are some affordable alternatives to pirating music: SPOTIFY Spotify is a music streaming service where you can… Continue reading Paying for Music is more affordable than you think

Who is Creative Content Australia?

Creative Content Australia is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness about the impact of piracy and the value of screen content. The organisation conducts regular research, create free online educational resources for Australian schools and produce campaigns against piracy. The organisation focuses on the sustainability of our screen industries, something that we at Combat… Continue reading Who is Creative Content Australia?