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Topic # 82351 27-Apr-2011 20:23 Send private message

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10721867

It's been delayed until 5th of may. Why can they take their time on this, but manage to rush through that piracy bill overnight without anyone knowing?





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  Reply # 463145 27-Apr-2011 20:26 Send private message

MTR delay = Protecting $$$ for the big boys

Piracy Bill = Protecting $$$ for the big boys

...get the common theme?






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  Reply # 463146 27-Apr-2011 20:28 Send private message

the commerce commission isn't parliament, so the comparison between what 'they' do is entirely irrelevant.

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  Reply # 463214 28-Apr-2011 08:32 Send private message

This is the second delay so far. The final determination was supposed to have been announced by 31 March.

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