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…

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…

Research before you purchase!

Similar to the music industry, there are heaps of blogs and websites who are sharing useful reviews and updates in the TV and film industry. If you’re not sure what you should watch, you can read all about it before illegally downloading it just to check it out! These services are there for a reason…

Sharing is caring, stealing is not!

Wondering what type of new music or show to watch next? Think you’ll just pirate a few to check it out? Don’t! There are plenty of different blogs and websites that you can get information from on the latest music, films and TV shows before you engage in illegal downloading. The following are some of…

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…

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…

5 reasons why we should support the creative arts

The creative arts is an industry. There are businesses, employees and consumers involved. Supporting our local artists is an investment into jobs, tax revenue and advances our creativity- based economy! The Arts have a significant impact on tourism. Arts and culture events attract tourists from all over the world, and are often the reason why…

Save our Indie Cinema

When you think of online piracy, what comes to your mind first? Game of Thrones? Taylor Swift? Both these are multi-million dollar entities and you may think that an illegal download here and there will not have that much of an effect. However, the reality is, these are not the only ones affected. The real…