Last year, Australian ISP iiNet won a case brought against it by several movie studios, attempting to force it to disconnect customers accused of illegal filesharing. The studios appealed, but this week have been knocked back again, with the case dismissed. iiNet CEO Michael Malone says the movie industry must now focus on providing better legal services, ideally working with companies like iiNet. “We urge the Australian film industry to address the growing demand for studio content to be delivered in a timely and cost effective manner to consumers and we remain eager to work with them to make this material available legitimately.” 
Source: Ars Technica

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