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  Friday May 11, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

Pacnet, the former joint venture partner in Pacific Fibre, has questioned demand for the proposed cable between Australia, New Zealand and the US. Even the NBN and New Zealand's UFB aren't enough to keep the cable afloat, according to global chief executive Bill Barney.

We also take a look at whether copyright holders will let New Zealand's newest ISP slide, or if it's much-touted geoblock-busting abilities will face legal challenge in the country's courts.

Have a great weekend!

-- James Hutchinson

LATEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS ARTICLES

Doubts cast over Pacific cable Doubts cast over Pacific cable
By James Hutchinson | May 11, 2012
No demand now.
Kiwi ISP claims legal clarity on geoblock-busting service Kiwi ISP claims legal clarity on geoblock-busting service
By Juha Saarinen | May 11, 2012
Service may not go without challenge.
Photos: Corning's NBN cable manufacturing facility Photos: Corning's NBN cable manufacturing facility
By Staff Writer | May 11, 2012
Conroy launches Victorian facility.
Telstra plans 'context-aware' Next IP network Telstra plans 'context-aware' Next IP network
By James Hutchinson | May 11, 2012
Identity management, application priority on the cards.
Optus appeals TV Now ruling to High Court Optus appeals TV Now ruling to High Court
By James Hutchinson | May 10, 2012
Bids to return service to market.
NBN rollback to cost at least $1.8 billion NBN rollback to cost at least $1.8 billion
By Ry Crozier , James Hutchinson | May 9, 2012
Network harder to cancel, Budget documents reveal.
ACCC: NBN won't kill internet competition ACCC: NBN won't kill internet competition
By James Hutchinson | May 9, 2012
Competition by any other name.
Government calls for telco ombudsman restructure Government calls for telco ombudsman restructure
By James Hutchinson | May 7, 2012
Potential bite for carriers.
South Africa to adopt Aussie iCode this year South Africa to adopt Aussie iCode this year
By Darren Pauli | May 9, 2012
Former IIA chief expands anti-botnet initiative.
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