New Zealand abandons ISP law
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
"Allowing section 92A to come into force in its current format would not be appropriate given the level of uncertainty around its operation," said the country's commerce minister, Simon Power, in a statement.
Section 92A of New Zealand's Copyright (New...
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