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Netflix says ISPs will need to 'up their game' in Australia

With Netflix launching soon in Australia, the company says Australians have had issues with "nightmarish" broadband in the past, and ISPs will need to step up their game to offer a great streaming experience.

By 12 December 2014

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iiNet heralds unmetered Netflix streaming as a 'game changer'

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.

By 3 March 2015

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New Zealand ISP's 'Global Mode' gives users access to Netflix and more

New Zealand service provider Slingshot is making it easier than ever for its users to circumvent the geoblocking on services such as Netflix and Hulu.

By 8 July 2014

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ISPs offer provisional support for site blocking, question of cost remains

An ISP industry body has offered in-principle support of site blocking to stop piracy, but says it is a "blunt instrument" and that rights holders should foot the bill.

By 2 September 2014

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Consumers give thumbs-down to ISPs, cable TV providers

Both industries receive even lower ratings than last year in a new report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index.

By 21 May 2014

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Dallas Buyers Club not sold on new anti-piracy code

Australia's draft anti-piracy code may have arrived too late for the major copyright case playing out between Dallas Buyers Club and iiNet, with the judge announcing a decision will be handed down in three weeks.

By 25 February 2015

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Netflix expands reach in Australia with Fetch TV app

Fetch TV is set to become the first Australian pay TV service to get Netflix, thanks to a dedicated app slated for when Netflix launches in March.

By 16 February 2015

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EU high court says ISPs could block piracy sites

The Court of Justice says blocking access to piracy sites is a fine way to safeguard copyright owners. EU nations, now it's up to you.

By 29 March 2014

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iiNet challenges expert in Dallas Buyers Club case

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.

By 17 February 2015

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Scott Ludlam exposes raft of ways to circumvent data retention

While the Government wants Australian telcos and ISPs to store metadata, Senator Scott Ludlam has pointed out the vast array of common services Australians could use to skirt around data retention laws.

By 3 February 2015