Monday, February 23, 2009

The future of the Internet in NZ?

I don’t think that the opponents of Section 92A of the Copyright Amendment Act are entirely correct in what they say about it. Nevertheless, it’s clearly very bad law and the opponents could be right. That’s why I’m joining the today’s Blackout in the only way I can on a Blogger blog. For more information, go to the Creative Freedom Foundation.

Update 4:37pm: TV3 News reported that the Government announced that it will delay implementation until March 27. Prime Minister John Key said, “We are hoping that by that time we will have come up with a voluntary code of practice.” If no agreement is reached, Section 92A will be suspended.

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