Hollywood takes on Australia's third largest ISP - and loses
A recent decision of the Australian Federal Court has reignited debate around the liability of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for copyright infringement. Solicitor Jessie Parker and summer clerk Grace Boos discuss what implications this landmark decision may have on New Zealand's rewrite of section 92A of the Copyright Act 1994.
Trans-border data flow legislation is back on the agenda
After languishing in Parliament for almost two years, the Privacy (Cross-border Information) Amendment Bill has reappeared on the Government Order Paper for its second reading. Solicitor Nick Laing looks at the key features of the bill.
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