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Three-strikes rule

  • New Zealand passes three strikes law

    April 15, 2011

    New Zealand has passed a three strikes law to crack down on online copyright infringement

  • Opinion: why Korea’s three strikes law is constitutional

    December 08, 2010

    Jeong Yeol Choe of Yulchon explains why Korea’s three-strikes rule is unlikely to be ruled unconstitutional if a claim is brought

  • Korea starts enforcing three-strikes law

    November 25, 2010

    Korea’s government suspended the online accounts of 11 internet users on November 5 for repeatedly uploading copyright-infringing files

  • New Zealand offers three-strikes compromise

    November 11, 2010

    A parliamentary committee in New Zealand has suspended proposals to cut off the internet access of persistent file sharers and will instead use a system of repeat warnings and fines

  • Four years of copyright debate in New Zealand

    November 11, 2010

    The four-year controversy over New Zealand’s attempt to amend its Copyright Act shows the fine line governments must tread between the demands of IP owners and open access campaigners when amending copyright laws

  • NZ will still cut internet access under file-sharing plans

    March 01, 2010

    New Zealand’s government has made its second attempt to use legislation to crack down on online copyright infringement

  • Second time lucky for three strikes law

    July 16, 2009

    New Zealand’s government is seeking feedback on new proposals to deal with repeat copyright infringers by cutting off their internet access

  • Row over New Zealand’s ISP laws (full version)

    January 23, 2009

    A war of words has broken out between different interest groups in New Zealand over controversial plans to make ISPs terminate the connections of repeat copyright infringers

  • New Zealand abandons ISP law

    March 23, 2009

    The New Zealand government has abandoned a controversial clause in its amended copyright Act that would have made ISPs terminate the connections of repeat copyright infringers

  • New Zealand delays ISP law

    February 26, 2009

    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

  • New Zealand joins rush to amend ISP laws

    April 14, 2008

    New Zealand’s Parliament passed a series of controversial amendments to its Copyright Act on April 8


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