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ISPs win key online piracy case

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

An Australian internet service provider has beaten a coalition of film companies in a landmark case dealing with liability for online copyright infringement

In a 125-page decision handed down today, the Australian Federal Court found that internet service provider iiNet has not authorised the file-sharing carried out by its customers using the BitTorrent.

This is the first court judgment in the world to...

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