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  Friday April 20, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

iiNet could walk away from closed-door discussions with the film industry after the High Court deemed it not liable for copyright infringement by users this morning.

Meanwhile, film industry body AFACT said the judgement exposed "the failure of copyright law to keep pace with the online environment", calling for legislative reforms.

The parties have been locked in court battles for more than three years. See all our coverage here.

-- Liz Tay

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