Foxtel and Roadshow Films continue bid to block piracy sites

Thursday 23 June 2016 | 14:31 CET | News
Australian pay TV provider Foxtel and media company Roadshow Films have continued their bid to get several internet service providers (ISPs) including Telstra, Optus, M2, and TPG to block access to five foreign piracy websites through an Australian Federal Court order, with matters getting bogged down while the court struggled with the definition of "online location".

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Foxtel / M2 / Optus / Telstra / TPG
Countries: Australia
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