Semele Moore Director - WAM CLOTHING | Director and Principal Collection Agent - MOORE DEBTOR MANAGEMENT Redcliffe North, Queensland, Australia 274 connections. The comments below have been moderated in advance. The result was the non-Indigenous duo receiving a worldwide exclusive licence for the Aboriginal Flag on clothing.
Of extra significance this year, the annual Dreamtime game between Richmond and Essendon will be played in Darwin.
Purchase a copy of The Sunday Times at a participating IGA for your chance to WIN $20K, © West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020. Ben Wooster (left) and Semele Moore (right) stand with Aboriginal Flag designer Harold Thomas (centre) just moments after their company WAM Clothing was given the copyright license to the symbol in 2018, The AFL was this week unable to reach a deal with WAM Clothing to paint the Aboriginal Flag on the the ground for its Indigenous Round.
Gift Mate - another of Mr Wooster's companies - looks after the license for souvenirs, while Carroll and Richardson control the license for flags and bunting.
This means WAM Clothing collects fees from its use, and then passes a portion of the money back to the Mr Thomas. 'The ACCC took this action because the misleading conduct has the potential to undermine the integrity of the industry and reduce opportunities for Australian Aboriginal peoples.'. It also means that without the consent of Mr Wooster and Ms Moore, the flag cannot be used on clothing or in any media. The company with exclusive commercial licensing rights of the Aboriginal flag is in discussions with a federal government agency over use of the design. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WAM CLOTHINGContact:firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.comWAM Clothing Pty Ltd is proud to be chosen as the Exclusive Copyright Licensee for Mr Harold Thomas for the use of the Aboriginal Flag, on clothing, digital and physical media.Harold Thomas is the author and copyright owner of the works in the Aboriginal Flag, including any variation thereof in whole or part, derivation or variation of the Aboriginal Flag pursuant to the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).Any use of the Aboriginal Flag on clothing, digital media or physical requires permission from or agreement with WAM Clothing. MOORE DEBTOR MANAGEMENT(DEBT COLLECTION SERVICES)Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org valuable years of experience within the legal industry have provided me with a strong collection of skills primarily within the areas of commercial dispute resolution, litigation and debt recovery as a Senior Paralegal. The move has led to anger and outrage from prominent Indigenous names including sports stars Nova Peris and Lance Franklin, who had his own run in with the company last year. Sémélé lui dit qu'elle désirait le voir tel qu'il était dans le lit d'Héra.
Should copyright of the Aboriginal Flag be controlled by a company?
'Birubi's actions were extremely serious.
'There was a previous clothing licensee, it was an Indian company, but Harold wasn't happy with the work they were doing and so he approached my business partner (Mr Wooster) who he had been working with previously.'. Our team will continue to support this campaign until the copyright is released by Ben Wooster and Semele Moore from Wam Clothing.com.au
Ben Wooster and Semele Moore, of newly founded WAM Clothing, asked the question of Aboriginal Flag designer Uncle Harold Thomas. 'We are having the biggest game ever here in Darwin as part of Indigenous round and that flag is really symbolic.