Video games constitute some of the most renowned, innovative, valuable and complex IP in the world. Locally-made video game IP helps to bring in export revenue that can last years. At the same time, games remain vulnerable to copyright infringement and IP theft. Noting the breadth of issues and diversity of views across the creative sector on IP policy, particularly copyright, where there is a need for reform, we support an approach that is considered, constructive and consultative.
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