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iiNet refutes AFACT case ‘delay’ claims

iiNet refutes AFACT case ‘delay’ claims

iiNet has sought to discredit claims made by a spokesperson for the film and music industry last week that the ISP had tried to delay its high-profile copyright case in the Federal Court.
Ry Crozier May 16 2009, 9:29AM Mobility
iiNet attempts to delay copyright case rejected

iiNet attempts to delay copyright case rejected

Attempts by ISP iiNet to delay the start of its copyright case have been rejected by the Federal Court, with a decision now expected before Christmas, the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) has revealed.
Ry Crozier May 12 2009, 7:42AM Collaboration
iiNet trial could be test case for Government P2P policy

iiNet trial could be test case for Government P2P policy

After another hearing in the landmark iiNet copyright case yesterday, the Federal Government has indicated the result of the case could influence its policy position around illegal file sharing over peer-to-peer networks.
Staff Writers Mar 27 2009, 7:47AM Collaboration
Autodesk Australia wins software copyright infringement case

Autodesk Australia wins software copyright infringement case

Autodesk Australia has won a copyright infringement case against an Adelaide-based engineering company, Ginos Engineers Pty Limited.
Staff Writers Jan 28 2009, 11:21AM Software
Samsung sues Polaroid and Westinghouse over patent infringement

Samsung sues Polaroid and Westinghouse over patent infringement

Samsung is gearing up to battle Polaroid Corporation and Westinghouse Digital Electronics over Samsung’s claims of infringement of patents essential to the ATSC standard.
Staff Writers Jun 17 2008, 3:11PM Hardware
Magic Computers settles Microsoft copyright suit

Magic Computers settles Microsoft copyright suit

Microsoft has won $720,000 damages in a copyright infringement case against Brisbane reseller Magic Computers.
Fleur Doidge Jul 18 2005, 5:04PM Software

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