Australian digital pirates face to be disconnected from the internet

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Australian digital pirates face to be disconnected from the internet.

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Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/australian-digital-pirates-face-to-be-disconnected-from-the-internet-62198/](http://www.myce.com/news/australian-digital-pirates-face-to-be-disconnected-from-the-internet-62198/)


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I wonder what else they monitor for every individual. Most of all probably which kind of porn everyone looks, which site everyone surfs (scientology), etc. I wonder if the politians are aware of what kind of surveillance they introduced and that it can and will fall back on them.


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They did the same in New Zealand about 12 months ago. The 3 strikes rule. So far no one has received the 3 strikes because the Gov set the complaint fee at $25. The industry wants the fee removed completely but so far the Gov has resisted. For how long?? Who knows. Guess it will be when the next FTA carrot with the US is trotted out again…


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[QUOTE=Mirror007;2641525]I wonder what else they monitor for every individual. Most of all probably which kind of porn everyone looks, which site everyone surfs (scientology), etc. I wonder if the politians are aware of what kind of surveillance they introduced and that it can and will fall back on them.[/QUOTE]


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Is that what the SECRET MEETINGS they had recently with the Attorney General’s Dept were about?
No wonder the public were kept in the dark, so now it appears Big american companies with their corrupt donations to corrupt Political parties can sidestep due process and be judge and jury and get what they want and we pay their costs.
Just think if we had a three strikes rule for our politicians and Governments we could get rid of corrupt Politicians and Governments before they do to much damage or sell us out for the almighty dollar.

After all the High Court said ISP’s are not responsible so why did they do a deal ?