Film companies lose online liability case in Australia
The Full Federal Court of Australia has found that an Australian internet service provider did not authorise copyright infringement carried out by its customers in a case that is now likely to be appealed to the High Court
In a split decision on February 24, the Full Federal Court rejected an appeal brought by a coalition of Australian film studios and led by the Australian Federation against Copyright Theft (AFACT) but criticised the conduct of iiNet (the ISP...
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