Australian ISPs don’t want to be Big Content’s "judges, juries, and executioners"

Australia’s second largest DSL service has clearly had it with the burden of copyright enforcement being placed on Internet Service Providers. iiNet recently won a case in which a court confirmed that ISPs are not copyright cops; a judge ruled that they don’t have an automatic duty to sanction subscribers upon receipt of piracy allegations against them.

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