The chairman of the Internet Industry Assocation, Peter Coroneos, has told the CIOs of many of Australia's universities that, should the movie studios succeed in their appeal against iiNet over copyright infringement, the universities would have almost no protection against damages claims brought against them for use of their networks for the unauthorised downloading or storage of copyright content.
iiNet CEO Michael Malone has reasserted the company's total opposition to the Internet filter, despite claims to the contrary by Sen. Conroy.
According to a recent poll, while acknowledging that downloading copyrighted material is against the law, respondents overwhelmingly agreed that ISPs were not to blame.
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