The popular US video service has announced a launch date in Australia alongside some other telco and device news, ending months of speculation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Court documents have uncovered how Dallas Buyers Club tracked iiNet customers pirating the film using a system known as MaverickEye, also revealing that the IP addresses of torrent "leechers" were not recorded.
It might not be "World War III", but iiNet is preparing for a big battle with the rights holders behind Dallas Buyers Club, resisting calls to hand over customer information and calling for more details on the "Maverick" system used to obtain IP addresses of alleged pirates.
iiNet customers will soon be able to get their hands on Apple's newest handsets, with the ISP offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on 24-month plans bundled with home broadband.
The rights holders behind "Dallas Buyers Club" are pursuing a number of ISPs, including iiNet, to reveal the names of customers alleged to have downloaded the Oscar-winning film.
Despite a strong year for the ISP, iiNet's CEO has said he is "furious" about the slow rollout of the NBN in Australia, and "frustrated" by proposed data retention policies.