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A leaked discussion paper from the Australian Attorney-General's Department reveals proposals to implement new legislation to undo the High Court's judgement in the 2012 iiNet copyright infringement case against Hollywood film studios, and force ISPs to block websites containing copyright infringing material.
Company executive expects to repeat results seen in other countries.
Country passes bill that will allow rights owners to secure court injunctions instructing ISPs to block access to websites that contain copyright-infringing content.
What do academics, theorists and tech professionals believe are the worst-case scenarios and biggest threats to the web in the next 20 years?
Google executives have visited Cuba in order to promote censorship-free Internet access.
The belief that Netflix coming to Australia will suddenly solve all online copyright infringement is idealistic at best, considering it will likely not have anywhere near as much content available as the US giant already has available.
As the company takes up the fight to deter online copyright infringement, Village Roadshow co-CEO Graham Burke has confirmed that Netflix is in negotiations to come to Australia in the near future.
Half of all licenses in use are not original - but the situation is even worse in other Latin countries
Greens communications spokesperson Scott Ludlam has said the Australian competition watchdog should intervene and break Foxtel's stranglehold over shows like Game of Thrones, but the ACCC has indicated its powers are limited.
Number of unlicensed software installations inched up to 62 percent last year compared to 60 percent in 2011, and led to lost commercial value worth US$21.04 billion in the Asia-Pacific, reveals latest BSA piracy survey.
Greens communications spokesperson Scott Ludlam believes making Foxtel-exclusive content available on other platforms is the best method to reduce copyright infringement in Australia.
The National Interest Analysis of the new Korea-Australia free trade agreement has said Australia's copyright laws need to be amended to make ISPs crack down on online copyright infringement.
iiNet has urged users to rise up and complain to Attorney-General George Brandis and Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull over plans to crack down on online copyright infringement.
The Australian Department of Communications and the Attorney-General's Department have been collaborating in secret on an online copyright infringement policy that looks to include a graduated response scheme, ZDNet can reveal.