New Zealand delays ISP law
New Zealand’s prime minister John Key has delayed introducing one controversial aspect of a new law that would make ISPs responsible for terminating the accounts of repeat infringers
The provision was due to come into force on February 28, but has now been delayed until March 27 to allow time for a voluntary code of practice to be worked out.
If no agreement is reached then the section...
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