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Malone: AFACT "wasted two years" suing iiNet 
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iiNet, AFACT appeal judgment due tomorrow 
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NSW cop to face computer access charge 
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Duty status "under review".
 
Swiss WikiLeaker gets $7.5k fine 
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No jail time for "revenge" leak.
 
Former Swiss banker pushed to WikiLeaks 
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Defiance before facing music.
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