Foxtel has been successful in its Federal Court application to have Australian ISPs block 28 domains linked to 15 online services.
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Foxtel has returned to Federal Court for its third application for an injunction to stop Australians accessing a range of sites it says facilitate infringement of its copyright, including by providing unauthorised access to its prison drama Wentworth.
It has not been smooth sailing for Hong Kong-headquartered Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) in its attempt to have Australian ISPs block access to online services linked to a number of set-top boxes.
Roadshow Films has been successful in its Federal Court application to have Telstra, Optus, Vocus and TPG block their subscribers from accessing a streaming service associated with an Android app.
Foxtel is seeking to block another 15 websites it claims are linked to piracy, with the pay TV company today telling a Federal Court hearing that it was eager to finds ways to reduce the costs of applications for site-blocking injunctions.