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Piracy Sites Blocked In Australia

Thursday 25th June / posted by Chris Wheeldon

Fighting piracy is no longer an issue devoted to foreign waters…

The senate’s passed the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015.

– legislation that aim to curb the online piracy of music, television and film across Australia.

Will this now mean that media organisation’s will make content legally available, at the same time it is released in the US, and for a competitive price?

Or is this solution idealistic?

Leona D’Vaz spoke to Curtin University Internet Lecturer Dr Tama Leaver about the true cost of blocking piracy sites to the consumer

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