Category Archives: copyright

Unintended Consequences

Workloads at the IPAPs are about to blow out come September, if the results of a recent research study by Flicks and Ant Timpson are to be believed. What on earth are we talking about? Perhaps a little explanation is in order. You’re probably at least peripherally aware of the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment… Read More »

Kiwis and their Copyright Views

Law changes alone will not stop the majority of New Zealand internet users from downloading copyright protected content, according to a TelstraClear commissioned survey of 1048 New Zealand internet users aged 18 – 70 years. The most effective legal tool in trying to stop illegal downloading, at 48%, was the prospect of being caught by… Read More »