iiNet one, AFACT zero

This morning the twitterverse was abuzz with the news that iiNet had won the cast AFACT brought against them. It was found that ISPs are not responsible for what users use them for.

Nice to see you can’t punish ISPs for hearsay copyright infringement notices.

Now, can the same be applied to what users view? ie. why should ISPs be responsible for filtering Internet content?

A collection of interesting articles about the AFACT vs iiNet case.

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