iiNet Costs award
28 June 2010 | By  Rick Shera
I have previously commented on the very important decision in the iiNet copyright case (where Australia's 3rd biggest ISP, iiNet, was found not liable for authorising p2p infringement by its customers). An appeal is to be heard in August this year ... Read More →
iiNet Costs award
28 June 2010 | By  Rick Shera
I have previously commented on the very important decision in the iiNet copyright case (where Australia's 3rd biggest ISP, iiNet, was found not liable for authorising p2p infringement by its customers). An appeal is to be heard in August this year ...
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New Companies Office Site: When is a director not a director?
New Companies Office Site: When is a director not a director?
28 June 2010 | By  Rick Shera
The new Companies Office site launched over the weekend is excellent in terms of layout, functionality and speed. As Chris Keall says, dispensing with often grindingly slow Java dialogue boxes provides a welcome relief ....
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UK and Canada move copyright goalposts for NZ
UK and Canada move copyright goalposts for NZ
03 June 2010 | By  Rick Shera
First UK, in its Digital Economy Act, and now Canada in its C-32 Bill, have gone with notice and notice, rather than 3 strikes, graduated response or whatever one wants to call the offspring of the now infamous US DMCA. New Zealand should ...
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