Copyright law puts brakes on NZ’s internet traffic

The volume of internet traffic coming into New Zealand has dropped sharply since new anti-piracy rules came into force, says an industry insider.An employee from one of the country’s largest internet companies, who did not want to be named, said the demand for international traffic had fallen after the Government’s copyright law came into effect last Thursday.To read this New Zealand Herald report in full, see:
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The volume of internet traffic coming into New Zealand has dropped sharply since new anti-piracy rules came into force, says an industry insider.An employee from one of the country’s largest internet companies, who did not want to be named, said the demand for international traffic had fallen after the Government’s copyright law came into effect last Thursday.
www.odt.co.nz/news/technology/176572/anti-piracy-law-drives-sharp-drop-internet-traffic

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