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Archive for February 19th, 2009

ZOG of New Zealand Changes Copyright Laws

Posted by te2ataria on February 19, 2009

Zionist-Occupied Government (ZOG) of New Zealand Enacts Draconian Changes to Copyright Laws

It can be argued that pakeha couldn’t tell individual freedoms, the right to free speech and all other human rights from a hole in the ground, but that is beside the point. The rest of us in this country know about human rights, nearly all of which we, the indigenous people of this land, have long been denied.

The law orders internet service providers to ‘adopt and reasonably implement a policy that provides for termination’ of accounts of any user deemed to be a ‘repeat infringer’ – regardless of whether the person has been convicted of violating copyright laws or not.

“The new law would mean internet service providers would have to take on the role of ‘gatekeeper’, blocking online access to anyone accused of flouting copyright laws and illegally downloading films and music.”

The law orders ISPs to disconnect internet services to any user ‘repeatedly accused’ of accessing copyrighted material online. [Source:  http://www.stuff.co.nz/4852936a11.html%5D

Opposition grows to copyright law:
Blackout campaign against web law
Source Yahoo News

Disgruntled internet users are protesting changes to the copyright law, which take effect at the end of the month.

Section 92A means New Zealanders could have their connections cut by internet service providers if they are accused of breaching copyright laws.

The Creative Freedom Foundation has launched an internet blackout campaign, asking people to replace online images of themselves with a black square.

Co-founder Bronwyn Holloway-Smith says the law does not require any proof of wrongdoing, so it violates human rights. She says businesses could lose their entire internet connection if just one person is suspected of breaking the law.

Ms Holloway-Smith says people can break the law unwittingly if internet viruses on their computers download material without their knowledge.

The Creative Freedom Foundation is asking the Government to repeal or delay the law. A 10,000-signature petition will be presented to Parliament today.

Copyright Yahoo/NewstalkZB

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