Thanks Liam both for the update and the work you have put into this

On 22 May 2017 at 07:39, Liam Wyatt <> wrote:

> Dear Aussiepedians,
> As some of you may have seen by now - the banner campaign is now LIVE and
> kicking.
> Peter Martin, wrote an excellent article for SMH/Age/Canberra Times, and
> it is doing REALLY well on social media (apparently "Fair Use" is trending
> on twitter in australia):
> use-wikipedia-targets-australians-in-bid-to-change-
> the-law-20170521-gw9kzq.html (Do have a read of the comments there too -
> they're super positive). There's been several ABC radio stories done this
> morning by Jess (ADA) and Jon (EFA) and the press-release they sent out
> early this morning is beginning to be picked up by others (SaturdayPaper,
> GizmodoAus...)
> Reddit has noticed too:
> ustralia/comments/6cg8d0/fair_use_wikipedia_targets_australians_in_bid_to/
> The Meta page, where the banners go, is here: https://meta.wikimedia.
> org/wiki/FairCopyrightOz
> (and details of the banner designs are on the talkpage) - hashtag for
> those on social media is #FairCopyrightOz
> And the main point of the campaign from an 'influencing politicians' point
> of view is the number of letters sent via the campaign website:
> (almost 60 and it's only
> just gone 9am in Sydney)! If you are interested in this topic, please write
> a letter to your MP as well!
> All the best,
> -Liam / Wittylama
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