Thursday, 13 November 2014 05:47

Consumers wary of copyright monitoring costs

Most Australian consumers fear they will face higher Internet bills if ISPs are made responsible for monitoring and punishing people who illegally download content.

Published in Entertainment

iiNet and copyright infringement is back in the news, with the owners of the Dallas Buyers Club movie applying to the Federal Court to force iiNet to divulge contact details for IP addresses alleged to have downloaded the movie.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 06:21

Copyright a 'burden' say economists

Two of Australia’s most experienced economists say the proposed anti-piracy laws will mean higher prices for consumers because ISPs will have to do more work.

Published in Technology Regulation
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