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Rihanna downloads could cost users - Updated
Four ISPs to send out infringement notices this week - could you or your business be a recipient?
The cooks source [sic] controversy, or web justice 101
The moral of the story? On the internet, the mob rules.
Labour promises to reform copyright law
If elected, termination clauses will go in 90 days & bill will be updated in 18 months: ICT rep.
Protesters gather to oppose file-sharing bill
Rally fails to get off the ground despite vociferous opposition to new law.
File-sharing protests gathering steam
Over 2500 people pledge to attend rallies against 'Skynet' bill.
Copyright law 'will not and cannot work'
ISP boss says new legislation could turn ordinary kiwis into law-breakers.
Copyright law could sting businesses
'Account holder' stipulation means organisations are responsible for staff infringements.
InternetNZ launches 3 Strikes site
People and businesses advised to prepare for new copyright law.
Copyright law won't cover streaming: MED
Internet organisation assured sites like YouTube will be exempt.
Hughes takes Powers to task on internet penalties
Green MP Gareth Hughes questions Commerce Minister Simon Power over the human rights issues of the recently passed copyright amendment.
Copyright Infringement law: Submission deadline 5pm today
The deadline for submissions on the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) regulations is today at 5pm.
UN: Forced 'net disconnection violates civil rights
A UN report on the right to freedom of expression calls the denial of internet service a violation of civil rights.
WikiLeak'd cable shows US interest in NZ copyright law
A WikiLeaks cable shows US pressure regarding a controversial section of the Copyright Act
Forum to counter ACTA secrecy
The controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations roll on with the latest round of talks scheduled for April 12th-16th in Wellington.
Court: ISPs blameless in copyright breaches
ISPs worldwide are celebrating a court case in Australia which said Internet providers cannot be held liable for their customers’ actions.