In RIANZ's words: "Users should be required to produce sufficient evidence as to the reasons why they believe the alleged infringement has not occurred...". http://computerworld.co.nz/news.nsf/news/BB8DC9683C15A9D7CC257565006F3CB0
2. Given the vague and potentially unlawful nature of the new sections, does he not feel that the government could produce legislation that both meets RAINZ's goals, as well as addressing the public's concern about fairness? Would his organisation support such a move to redraft the current law?
3. Does he believe that a court, having convicted an individual for three counts of copying a song, would order their connection disconnected? If not, how does he reconcile the disconnection policy advocated by RIANZ. If so, does he feel this a fair and reasonable punishment for the crime committed.