[LINK] Five large Australian ISPs volunteer to help police piracy

Roger Clarke Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Mon Nov 28 17:36:50 AEDT 2011

Achtung - careful analysis is required.

Even at a very quick glance, this looks a lot better (from a consumer 
perspective) than what usually comes out of CA.

At 3:19 -0300 28/11/11, Fernando Cassia wrote:
>"Australian internet users face an increased risk of prosecution if
>they pirate online, with five large ISPs proposing to act on suspected
>infringement notices provided to them from rights holders by passing
>on the notices to users and, in the most extreme circumstances,
>disclosing the details of alleged pirates"

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