February 25, 2011
Australian Appellate Court Rules ISP Not Responsible For Users' Copyright Infringement
An Australian appellate court has upheld a lower court ruling that an ISP is not liable for copyright infringement by rightsholders alleging that an ISP failed to control its users' uploading and sharing of copyrighted works. However, the studios can still appeal to a higher court. Read the ruling here.
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