Copyright Policy

PETA encourages visitors to its websites to spread the animal rights message by copying and downloading website content for personal, non-commercial use. If you wish to use any materials (text, videos, photographs, etc) found on PETA’s websites for any other purpose, you must submit this form and obtain express written consent before using the materials.

The copying, downloading and communication to the public (including by streaming) of any materials on PETA’s website for any other such purpose without the express written consent of PETA would constitute an infringement of copyright pursuant to the Australian Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). Copyright infringement can have serious consequences under Australian law, including resulting in court orders restraining infringing acts and an award of damages.