Australian ISP iiNet did not act on evidence of piracy, court told

IiNet’s Federal Court bid to fend off a landmark copyright lawsuit was weakened yesterday when chief executive Michael Malone conceded the company had refused to act on strong evidence its network was being used for piracy.The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft brought a lawsuit against iiNet after a 59-week investigation during which it sent a series of notices to the internet service provider containing detailed evidence of piracy by its customers.To read this Australian IT report in full, see:,25197,26296102-15306,00.html

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