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  Electronics  Australia

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  Radio and electronics magazine from Australia
Electronics Australia or EA was Australia's longest-running general electronics magazine. It traces its history to 1922 when the Wireless Weekly magazine was formed. In April 1939 the magazine became monthly and was renamed Radio and Hobbies. It was a more technical publication for hobbyists, With the advent of television, television was added to its title in February 1955, becoming Radio Television & Hobbies.  The growing fields of scientific, medical, computing and other applications of electronics necessitated a name change to Electronics Australia in April 1965 (being Volume 27, Number 1).
The last issue with Electronics Australia as the main title was published March 2000. There were 432 issues in all up until December 2000.
All issues have been removed by order of claimed copyright holder.
If you would like the listing to return, please send a courteous and well reasoned note to the email listed below explaining why you believe it is appropriate at this time to allow the free distribution of these historical publications to be made available.
Text of eMail from Rights Holder

My name is Nicholas Vinen and I am the Director of Silicon Chip Publications Pty Ltd.

Your website is infringing on the copyright owned by my company.We own all the copyright to all Radio, TV & Hobbies and Electronics Australia magazines

Multiple articles were copied from these magazines onto your servers without permission. The original articles are sold through our website at the following links:


The unauthorized and infringing copies can be found at:

https://www. worldradiohistory.com/Radio_and_Hobbies.htm

This letter is official notification under
Section 512(c) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (”DMCA”), and I seek the removal of the aforementioned infringing material from your servers. Please remove the infringing material immediately, and cease any further posting of infringing material to your server in the future.Please be advised that law requires you to remove or disable access to the infringing materials upon receiving this notice. Under US law a service provider enjoys immunity from a copyright lawsuit provided that you act with deliberate speed to investigate and rectify ongoing copyright infringement. If service providers do not investigate and remove or disable the infringing material, this immunity is lost. Therefore, in order for you to remain immune from a copyright infringement action you will need to remove or otherwise disable the infringing material from your servers with all due speed.I am providing this notice in good faith and with the reasonable belief that rights my company owns are being infringed. Under penalty of perjury I certify that the information contained in the notification is both true and accurate, and I have the authority to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright(s) involved. Should you wish to discuss this with me please contact me directly. Thank you.

 Nicholas Vinen  Editor 
Phone (02) 9939 3295      
(612) 9939 3295  
PO Box 139 
Collaroy NSW 2097  Australia