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  Friday April 13, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

The long-running legal battle between iiNet and copyright owners is set to be judged next Friday. The case could set a new legal precedent for ISPs' liability for copyright infringement by their users.

And the telecommunications industry could remember Bob Brown for one of his last actions as leader of the Greens: demanding independent audits of radio emissions from mobile towers.

Have a great weekend!

-- James Hutchinson

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By Staff Writer | Apr 13, 2012
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By James Hutchinson | Apr 13, 2012
Department of Broadband cold on Brown's bill.
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By Ry Crozier | Apr 10, 2012
Hopes to completely control web use by August.
TransACT secures Canberra upgrade path TransACT secures Canberra upgrade path
By James Hutchinson | Apr 13, 2012
Cherry-picking exemption granted.
NBN Co charts slow greenfields growth NBN Co charts slow greenfields growth
By James Hutchinson | Apr 11, 2012
110 connections in first year as provider.
Telcoinabox brokers ISP consolidation Telcoinabox brokers ISP consolidation
By James Hutchinson | Apr 11, 2012
Death of the standalone ISP?
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