iiNet Vows Free Lawyers For Troll Targets

iiNet, the second biggest ISP in Australia, has been a bit of a magnet when it comes to bittorrent lawsuits. In 2008 they were sued by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) for failing to prevent its subscribers from infringing copyright via Bittorrent, a case it won, as the court found it was not […]
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[LIVE] Pirate Party Australia Election Liveblog

Today is the federal elections in Australia, with Pirate Party Australia contesting a number of senate seats. In some areas, they’re competing with the similar Wikileaks party, but seem to have made a better impression of practicing what they preach. It’s hard to tell what the Pirate Party is polling at right now, because it’s […]
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Aussie Piracy study is “Fantasy work”

What do you get if you take one study of estimated data, aggregate it, then use that to generate data on another country on the opposite side of the world? If you’re the content industry, you call that ‘an anti piracy study’ and if you’re a politician, you might call it ‘evidence proving the need […]
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