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AFACT v iiNet in pictures
The Communications Alliance has filed submissions seeking High Court of Australia permission to intervene in the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) online copyright case against iiNet as amicus curiae (friend of the court), as the organisation believes the Court’s deliberation has implications for internet service providers (ISPs) and internet users.
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) will lodge an appeal with the High Court as part of its ongoing allegation that Perth-based internet service provider iiNet had allowed its users to infringe on the copyright of the film studios the body represents.
Aims to encourage legitimate use of online content
The ICT community is coming to grips with the implications of the latest outcome in the ongoing battle between film right holders and internet service providers over copyright infringement, with legal briefings set to be heard over the next few weeks for industry personnel.
The Federal Attorney-General, Robert McLelland, has signalled moves to expand provisions harbouring internet service and online content providers from litigation by copyright holders.
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