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Topic # 84892 10-Jun-2011 10:14
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Hi

after reading the article on the home page I had a couple of thoughts

This bill is a 2 edge sword, by that i mean taht what is to stop a group of like minded individuals getting together & using the law against all the people/ceo's/heads of organizations & most of all the politicians that were for this bill ?
You don't need any evidence, just there ip address, you don't even need to be a copyright holder

How long before this bill gets reviewed, if john key or bill English started getting warning letters from there isp ?

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Reply # 479628 10-Jun-2011 10:33
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It's a viable form of protest.

But I understand there's a charge to filing the infringement notices.

So you'd need a source of funds for that.

And a friendly lawyer to check it was all 'above board'.


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