The European Union has told online sales outfits that operate within its jurisdiction that they will have to stop redirecting would-be customers to the site in their own countries from the end of 2018.
The news of explosive SVOD growth in Australia over the past year has not been good for the global market leader Netflix which finds that two well-resourced local competitors are nipping at its heels, while it appears to have cut off its nose to spite its face by blocking access to its big differentiator.
Internet Australia has again raised concerns about the costs associated with site-blocking laws designed to deal with unlawful downloading of video and audio content via overseas websites.
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