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Not our kind of club

Recently, Dallas Buyers Club LLC – the owners of rights in the film of the same name – applied to the Federal Court for iiNet and a number of other providers to reveal details of people they suspect of infringing … Continue reading

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Paying the price of online policing

For those following at home, you may remember that the Australian Government recently released an online copyright infringement discussion paper to the public and invited feedback. iiNet has made a submission on this issue, which I’ve summarised below. As we’ve … Continue reading

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Copyright enforcement – have your say, Australia

With all the media attention surrounding data retention over the past week, another big issue affecting all Australians – online copyright enforcement – has almost taken a back seat. However it’s still a burning issue, so here’s an update of … Continue reading

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Protecting your privacy: Our stand against ‘mandatory data retention’

One of the features of the iiNet Copyright Trial was our strong stand against monitoring our customers. The Hollywood Studios believed we should data-match information provided by third parties who were monitoring our customers, and then send warning notices to … Continue reading

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Site blocking: Does it work?

To preface this blog, let me point out, yet again, that we think piracy is wrong. This blog is not a ‘how to’ session on copyright infringement, we don’t do that. This is more of an attempt to educate people … Continue reading

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