BREAKING NEWS: Appeal lodged in iiNet case

The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) has filed a Notice of Appeal in the Federal Court today, appealing against the decision of Justice Cowdroy in the case of Roadshow Films & Others and iiNet. The judgment, which was handed down on 4 February 2010, determined that internet service providers are not liable for the copyright infringement of their users or subscribers when they download cinematograph films, using the BitTorrent file sharing platform, in a manner that infringes copyright.  
Watch this space for updates on the grounds of appeal filed by AFACT. 
See our original post here and Mallesons Alert here.

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