AFACT Taking iiNet To The High Court

Considering how much of their rhetoric is complete and utter BS, it isn't really surprising that AFACT has taken their second straight loss to iiNet poorly. The Australian is reporting that the anti-piracy lobby group has applied to take its case to the High Court in the hope of proving that iiNet is somehow responsible for its customers' piracy.

Should it be successful, the application is expected to go to a special hearing in the Sydney High Court in August or September this year, with a verdict arriving early next year. Given that the High Court is the highest AFACT can possibly take this, let's hope the judges make a quick and unanimous decision to end this stupidity once and for all.

[The Australian]

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