Row over New Zealand’s ISP laws (full version)
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
Section 92A of New Zealand's Copyright (New Technologies) Amendment Act is due to come into effect on February 28, but some pressure groups are campaigning for the government to delay its implementation.
Artists Bronwyn Holloway-Smith and Matthew Holloway started the...
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