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iiNet emerged victorious after allegations of copyright infringement were thrown out
iiNet managing director Michael Malone speaks with colleagues outside Federal Court before this morning's decision.
A small media gathering waits for AFACT and iiNet to arrive.
Internet Industry Association (IIA) chief Peter Coroneos emerges from Federal Court. The IIA provided legal advice for iiNet throughout the case.
Coroneos tells a throng of media the decision favouring iiNet is a "victory" for Australian ISPs.
Coroneos answers questions from media
iiNet managing director Michael Malone tells media he is relieved at the outcome of the case.
Malone is swamped by media, but recognised that the plaintiff, Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT), felt compelled to combat the problem of copyright infringement
Malone said the ISP will need time to digest the decision and the prospect of a High Court appeal
AFACT executive director Neil Gane
But he says he'll hold off the temptation of celebratory beers until the decision is fully discussed.
AFACT executive director Neil Gane (left) leaves Federal Court after a breif statement.