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Submission + - New Copyright Law in New Zealand (

HexOxide writes: "The New Zealand Government has made a recent copyright amendment,(Section 92A of the Copyright Act) that basically says ISPs have to cut off anyone's internet if a music company accuses them of copyright infringement, with no accountability on the music companies. The change to the act requires regulation to bring it in which is on hold for four months.
Cutting off your Internet if you are accused of infringement"

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