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The Australian Government has made changes to functions overseen by the Attorney-General's Department and Department of Home Affairs. These changes involve the transfers of:

  • identity and biometrics functions into the Attorney-General's Department
  • protective security policy and government and major event security functions to the Department of Home Affairs.

Annual consumer surveys on online copyright infringement

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Since 2015, the Australian Government has commissioned annual surveys on online copyright infringement to measure the extent of changes in the consumption of online copyright content. Australian internet users’ activities across several core content types (including music, movies, TV programs, video games, and live sport) and attitudes are surveyed.

On 10 February, the Attorney-General announced the release of the 2022 survey results. The final report of the 2022 survey is available to access below, along with a higher-level presentation on the survey findings.

For past survey findings (2015 to 2021), visit Past annual consumer surveys on online copyright infringement.