Telstra has implemented blocking of websites that link to material that allegedly infringe copyright but users are easily able to get past it, according to a published report.
The peak body representing Internet users in Australia has described the Federal Court decision on blocking sites deemed to be disseminating copyrighted material without permission as being "more about PR than anything real in the fight against unlawful downloading".
The Senate has passed the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015, which allows the blocking of web sites that may facilitate piracy.
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