Kiwis get strict copyright, three-strikes law at month’s end

3 02 2009

“It is a strange fate we should suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing,” says Boromir in the recent movie adaptation of the Lord of the Rings. The scene, shot in New Zealand, might pop into the minds of many Kiwis these days, as one tiny legislative change to copyright law is poised to bring “graduated response” (or “three strikes”) rules to the country. And disconnection of users isn’t just on the tableā€”it’s mandatory.

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