Report: Australian Internet Pirates To Be Sued This Year

News In a recent submission to the US Trade Representative, the MPA applauds Australia's anti-piracy enforcement tools, including effective copyright laws. Hollywood's trade group notes that piracy rates are dropping. However, it adds that even more can be done on the anti-piracy front to keep copyright problems at bay. For years on end, entertainment industry… News - Hollywood Praises Australia’s Anti-Piracy Laws, But Closing out the list is a recommendation to propose tough anti-camcording piracy laws. While fewer illegal recordings are sourced from Australia today, the current penalties for this activity are simply not enough to act as a proper deterrent, the group says. The last request is far from new. Prosecuting Pirates: Maritime Piracy and Indonesian Law This means that it is the prosecuting state’s right and responsibility to determine the laws and sentences that apply in cases of piracy brought before its courts. Indonesia does not have an Anti-Piracy Law, and as a result, pirates prosecuted in Indonesian courts are charged under specific sections of … Australian Parliament Passes Anti-Piracy Law

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"Piracy is a service problem" - Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve software (not a public company, but worth at least $4 billion 2011) on how he monopolised(to this day) PC game sales, worldwide. Heres an Australian interview from 2009 where he goes into a little more detail than his GDC talk.. We are still struggling with this concept from 2009. Australian Parliament Passes Tough New Anti-Piracy Law Nov 28, 2018 New anti-piracy laws to target search engines | Computerworld

Jul 09, 2016 · This article looks at Australia’s current anti-piracy laws. Anti-Piracy Laws in Australia. Protecting and enforcing your legal rights online can be extremely difficult as the law struggles to keep up with the fast-paced and ever-changing nature of the Internet.

New Anti-Piracy Law In Australia Already Being Abused (abc.net.au) 73 Posted by timothy on Thursday November 19, 2015 @11:19AM from the as-has-gits dept. Australian senate passes controversial anti-piracy, website-blocking laws The Crazz Files June 24, 2015 In the eyes of at least one intellectual property academic, the passing of controversial anti-piracy website-blocking legislation in the senate on Monday night represented “a very dark day for the internet in Australia”. Matthew Rimmer, an expert in intellectual property at the Australian National University, says the proposed anti-piracy law is “radical” and would see Australia surpass anti-piracy laws found in the United States, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.] The discussion paper was formally released on July 30, 2014 and open to Nov 11, 2019 · Hollywood Praises Australia’s Anti-Piracy Laws, But More Can Be Done For years on end, entertainment industry insiders have regularly portrayed Australia as a piracy-ridden country.However, after several legislative updates, the tide appears to have turned. This is the conclusion reached by the Motion Picture Association (MPA) in a recent report.The industry group, which is largely […] Feb 18, 2016 · Village Roadshow co-chairman Graham Burke, one of the industry’s most active anti-piracy campaigners, says site blocking has been implemented in over 40 markets worldwide, including in the U.K