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First day of closing statements.
 
Day 14: Film industry continues to hold up Exetel as model ISP 
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iiNet staff dismisses Exetel's legal advice.
 
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myONE blocks peer-to-peer on "unlimited" broadband 
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Definitions called into question.
 
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