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High Court begins to hear iiNet v AFACT

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

A Canberra court room is hearing the final arguments this week in a long-running copyright dispute that could set out what ISPs need to do to avoid an accusation of authorising infringement

The High Court appeal in the case between the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) and iiNet is being heard from Wednesday to Friday this week.

On day one, the three judges of the High Court dismissed four of the...

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