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Aussies get used to website blocking regime
Less likely than last year to try to bypass it.
Aug 8 2018 11:11AM
Opposition grows against EU's proposed ISP upload filtering
Civil rights groups label copyright measure 'unlawful'.
Oct 17 2017 5:50PM
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Part of broader piracy probe.
Aug 9 2017 11:42AM
Music industry gets Kickass Torrents blocked in Australia
Follows precedent-setting ruling on The Pirate Bay.
Apr 28 2017 10:30AM
Kim Dotcom faces extradition to the US
NZ court hands down ruling.
Feb 21 2017 6:35AM
Aussie ISPs ordered to block The Pirate Bay
Get most of their costs covered.
Dec 15 2016 3:46PM
Music industry facing unexpected windfall in Aussie site blocking case
Site takedown in US could negate local battle.
Jul 22 2016 11:13AM
Aussie ISPs fight against rolling piracy site blocking
Foxtel, Roadshow want power to tell telcos to block mirror sites.
Jun 24 2016 12:27PM
What defines an 'online location' in Australian piracy site blocking?
Rights holders argue definition is broader than URL, IP address.
Jun 23 2016 2:24PM
Music industry's piracy site blocking battle delayed
Waiting for outcome of film studios' case.
May 18 2016 11:01AM
'Innocent' Aussie ISPs refuse to pay for piracy site blocking
Debate covers old ground.
May 6 2016 9:31AM
Music industry jumps on Aussie piracy site blocking law
Bands together to restrict access to Kickass Torrents.
Apr 19 2016 10:27AM
Australian piracy code could reappear in 12 months
Rights holders, ISPs to ask government to raincheck scheme.
Apr 4 2016 10:36AM
Foxtel, Village Roadshow want IP address, URL piracy site blocking
First test case for new legislation.
Mar 15 2016 9:23AM
The messy mechanics of blocking piracy sites in Australia
Could piracy battle go underwater?
Mar 9 2016 9:00AM
ISPs blindsided by 'shelved' Australian piracy code
Cost again the stumbling block.
Feb 18 2016 3:23PM
DBC gives up on iiNet piracy case
Exclusive: End of the line for rights holder.
Feb 10 2016 5:02PM
Kim Dotcom faces extradition to US
NZ court issues ruling on Megaupload founder.
Dec 24 2015 10:08AM
DBC's piracy case against iiNet hanging by final thread
Judge refuses to let rights holder access 472 account details.
Dec 16 2015 2:52PM
DBC waters down damages claim to access alleged iiNet pirates
Won't chase damages for piracy of other films.
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