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+ - Stalemate between ISPs and rights holders in Australia->

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angry tapir
angry tapir writes "Talks between ISPs and rights holders in Australia over copyright policing appear to have reached a stalemate. ISPs, rights holders, consumer groups and the attorney-general’s department today met in closed-door talks about who should police copyright infringement and who should pay for it."
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Stalemate between ISPs and rights holders in Australia

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