iiNet CEO heads 'back into the real job'

 

iTnews gets closing thoughts from ISP chief.

iiNet CEO Michael Malone has emerged "more confident" of his company's position and the strength of its defence after almost five weeks of hearings in the copyright case against the film industry

In a video interview with iTnews after the case closed, Malone said he was happy to be able to be getting "back into the real job", which he said was "running the business and taking care of customers, releasing some new plans and focusing on what we do best".

He also described his three days in the witness box as "an experience" as he'd never been in one before and "didn't know the rules".

"It kind of puts you in an odd position where the Attorney of course has all the cards," he said.

The case was adjourned yesterday. You can follow the case in-full here. For a background on the case, click here.


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