AFACT's appeal against their loss in the iiNet copyright infringement case commenced in the Federal Court today. It would appear that they are presenting the same half-truths that were peddled in the original case.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) has welcomed the release of a research paper by the University of Ballarat which estimated that at least 89 percent of traffic on BitTorrent, and possibly as much as 98 percent, was in breach of copyright.
What a fantastic & innovative product. Congrats to the Zetifi Team.
Haven't heard a peep out of you since my last comment my well-informed friend. What's happened?
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Fantastic innovation that will relieve many organisations handling sensitive data. Thanks Stephen for sharing!