Less than two months ago, the Australian Federal Parliament introduced mandatory data retention legislation, a law that most Australians do not want. They were able to do this because Australia no longer has a parliament that represents the will or interests of its people.
Consumer advocates choice say its research shows 684,000 households are buying digital content from overseas stores, with Choice wanting Australians to have better access to international streaming services.
Pay TV company Foxtel thinks the Government’s anti-piracy plans are a great idea. Consumer group Choice begs to differ,
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