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.
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did you figure out a way around it?
how long were you banned? Did you just log in and see that you could play again?