2008/11/12 Enoch Lau <elau8465(a)gmail.com>om>:
Regulation 12.38 says "A person" cannot
use it for commercial purposes -
this appears like it applies to anyone, even
third party re-users.
this restriction, I think, would only apply to
Let's say "Persons who are subject to the jurisdiction of Australia".
Read: A foreigner living in Australia or reusing it in an Australian
context (Australian webhosting company, whatever) will also be liable.
Furthermore, if, say, a British newspaper prints such a picture and
afterwards, editions of the newspaper are sold through Australian
newsagents, someone might run into problems as well (the newspaper,
its local affilitate company, whomever)
Would it matter is Australia had a bilateral treaty regarding these things
with France? Does anyone know if any of these type of treaties exist?