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Tuesday, 03 November 2009 07:45

iiNet feigns copyright protection: AFACT

AFACT has continued its verbal battery on iiNet CEO Michael Malone who sat in the witness box this morning, alleging iiNet has merely feigned protection of copyright holders. According to AFACT barrister Tony Bannon, iiNet has been hiding behind its stance of forwarding AFACT infrigement notices to law enforcement agencies instead of disconnecting offending users.

Published in Home Tech
iiNet CEO Michael Malone has come out of his corner punching after taking the stand for the first time in the ISP’s defence against the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft action in the Federal Court today. However, Malone did make one important concession.

Published in Home Tech
The trial that is being hailed by many as the ultimate test of just who is responsible for what occurs on the internet has adjourned until November.  Set down for four weeks of hearing before Justice Cowdroy in the Federal Court, this break was always part of the Court’s schedule.
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