New Zealand joins rush to amend ISP laws
New Zealand’s Parliament passed a series of controversial amendments to its Copyright Act on April 8
The Copyright (New Technologies) Amendment Bill updates the Copyright Act 1994 and will maintain the balance between protection, access and use already established in the original Act, according to associate commerce minister Judith Tizard.
Controversy has focused on...
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