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Internet Piracy Showdown Ft: The Communications Alliance

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The recent judgement from the Federal Court commmanding iinet to disclose the details of its customers alleged to have downloaded the movie Dallas Buyers Club is pointed to by some as spelling the deathknells of the wild west of Australian internet culture, where piracy was ok and law’s didn’t really matter.

Yet others have said the judgement doesn’t go far enough in stemming the tide of intellectual theft.

David Ross spoke to Proffesor of intellectual property Andrew Christie and CEO of the Communications Alliance of Australia about these issues and more.

Here is his story.

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April 9th 2015
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