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The Federal Court of Australia has handed down its judgement in a landmark piracy case between the makers of Oscar-winning film "Dallas Buyers Club" and one of Australia's largest service providers, iiNet.
iiNet has welcomed safeguards coming out of its court battle with Dallas Buyers Club LLC, but with punitive damages on the table, consumer groups warn of "copyright cowboys" chasing pirates in court.
TPG's $1.4 billion takeover bid for iiNet has met with notable criticism from iiNet's founder, who says the deal is not in the best interest of shareholders and the company's board has "run out of ideas."
Australia's fourth largest ISP is set to buy out the second biggest, in a share deal worth a cool AU$1.4 billion.
The popular US video service has announced a launch date in Australia alongside some other telco and device news, ending months of speculation.
Australia's competition watchdog has handed down a AU$204,000 penalty to iiNet for outdoor advertising that it says failed to prominently show the true cost of one of its broadband plans.
iiNet scores a big win with Netflix's impending launch in Australia, announcing that it will be offering its customers unmetered access to the video streaming service.
This week, it's politics in action as Shorten and Abbott exchange shots over proposed data retention laws, all the fun and games from the Dallas Buyers Club court case and which mobile telcos are short-changing you on 1800 calls.
The piracy case between Dallas Buyers Club and iiNet is well and truly underway as the Federal Court hears questioning on expert evidence, "nasty letters" and the cost of piracy.