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Just over a quarter of Australian Internet users aged 12+ engaged in some form of online copyright violation in the first three months of 2015, according to new government-sponsored research into the prevalence of online piracy.
The government has commissioned a review of Australia's communications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Fewer Australians, particularly between the ages of 25 and 34, are tethered to landlines for phone services and fixed-line broadband for Internet access.
The parliamentary inquiry into the government's online copyright enforcement bill, which will under certain circumstances compel ISPs to block access to pirate websites, has pushed back its reporting date.
More spectrum will be made available in the 1800MHz band for mobile broadband services, the government said today.
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