Regular readers would be aware that last year I took a bit of a stand on the introduction, in Australian copyright law, of an infringement scheme – that is, on the spot fines for acts of criminal copyright infringement as an alternative to prosecution (see here for the links to all my past posts).

The Attorney-General’s Department produced, earlier this year, Draft Guidelines on the operation of the scheme. The comments period on that draft has now closed, but I thought I would just note that my submission is available from my bepress site, here. For another view, see Alex Malik, here. I looked for, but could not locate, other submissions.

[UPDATE: The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre have made a submission, available here. EFA have also made one, available here. More if I happen to find them]