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    ISOC-AU calls on ISP participation for World IPv6 Day

    The Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU) has called on local businesses ISPs to participate in World IPv6 Day, with Internode the first major Aussie telco to sign up to the initiative.

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    Is the Internet different?

    It has been argued in a number of forums that the Internet is special, and that the laws applicable to Internet behaviour need to be different to those of the 'offline world' as a result. Correspondingly, the negative argument is also put: That the Internet is not special, and that existing legislation is effective.

  • Narelle Clark elected to global ISOC Board of Trustees

    The Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU) vice president, Narelle Clark, has been elected to the global ISOC Board of Trustees.

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    NBN must have IPv6 enabled: ISOC-AU

    The National Broadband Network (NBN) must have Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) enabled at a network level, according to the Internet Society of Australia.NBN needs to implement IPv6, says Internet society

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    ISOC-AU says no to ISP filter

    The Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU) has voiced its criticism of the Federal Government’s mandatory ISP-level content filter, arguing ISPs should have no role in determining what content their customers can access.

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    AFACT v iiNet: ISPs applaud decision, cautious on appeal chances

    ISPs have welcomed the Federal Court's decision in favour of iiNet in is civil case with the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) but cautioned the full implications will take some time to become apparent.

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