[LINK] iinet wins!!
tomk at unwired.com.au
Thu Feb 4 17:12:14 EST 2010
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> iiNet slays Hollywood in landmark piracy case
> ASHER MOSES
> February 4, 2010 - 10:42AM
And it would seem the \Federal Government is taking it's cue from the
Judiciary on this matter.
DFAT have denied that they discussed a three strikes and your out policy
at the Mexican ACTA talks- according to this article.
DFAT says we can work it out.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has poured cold water
on speculation Australia would adopt a "three strikes" rule, which would
see ISPs cut off subscribers that were found to have shared copyright
protected files on more than two occasions.
Rest of article here -->
It would appear that the Government are listening to the people.
So I guess now we only have "The Filter" and additional (useable) ISM
(spectrum) bandwidth and we're all happy lads and lasses.... Nest pas?
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