Copyright and Print Disability. Institutions assisting people with disabilities
Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) is the collecting society approved by the Attorney-General to administer the statutory licence for institutions assisting people with an intellectual or print disability. Australia’s copyright legislation allows the conversion of copyright content, such as books, into accessible formats for people with print disabilities, without infringing the copyright owners’ rights. These uses include making sound recordings, Braille versions, large-print versions, adaptations, photographic and electronic versions of copyright works.