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New Zealand  decides to update its  copyright law  so that it can cope with digital technologies
 
 
 
Copyright  representatives lobby to have the  law  penalise those deemed to be breaking  copyright
The lawmakers decided to put the onus on anyone providing internet access to police this. These are called ISPs and now in...
What does this mean for  internet  users in  NZ ?
The  Telecommunications Forum  , representing the largest  commercial ISPs in  NZ  draw up a code of practice
This indicates that if a user is accused of infringing  copyright , they will receive an “educational” warning.
When they receive 3  warnings , the ISP will cut their  internet  access.
No jury
No Judge
No appeal
J’accuse, J’accuse, J’accuse ...  You’re OUT
Protest!
 
 
 
 
NZ social media users have been blacking out their avatars
 
People are talking about it on  Twitter  leading to the mainstream media picking it up
#blackout has regularly been the top Twitter tag since the protest began - Beats American Idol!
Some people try satire ...
 
People  take the protest to Parliament
 
 
 
 
The  protest  gains  international  support
 
 
 
 
Thanks to csm2mk  flickr.com/photos/csm2mk/2393994620/
 
My human rights are being abused
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A new copyright law is being introduced in New Zealand. The government is putting the onus on ISPs to ensure that none of their users infringes copyright. It seems that if someone is accused 3 times of breaking copyright they will have their internet access withdrawn. There is no recourse to law and internet users in NZ have been protesting against this derogation of natural law.
The term ISP has been widened to include anyone providing internet access - commercial, work, school, hospital, cafe ...

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  1. 1. #Blackout NZ
  2. 2. New Zealand decides to update its copyright law so that it can cope with digital technologies
  3. 6. Copyright representatives lobby to have the law penalise those deemed to be breaking copyright
  4. 7. The lawmakers decided to put the onus on anyone providing internet access to police this. These are called ISPs and now include anyone who provides internet access – libraries, schools, hospitals, cafes, employers ...
  5. 8. What does this mean for internet users in NZ ?
  6. 9. The Telecommunications Forum , representing the largest commercial ISPs in NZ draw up a code of practice
  7. 10. This indicates that if a user is accused of infringing copyright , they will receive an “educational” warning.
  8. 11. When they receive 3 warnings , the ISP will cut their internet access.
  9. 12. No jury
  10. 13. No Judge
  11. 14. No appeal
  12. 15. J’accuse, J’accuse, J’accuse ... You’re OUT
  13. 16. Protest!
  14. 21. NZ social media users have been blacking out their avatars
  15. 23. People are talking about it on Twitter leading to the mainstream media picking it up
  16. 24. #blackout has regularly been the top Twitter tag since the protest began - Beats American Idol!
  17. 25. Some people try satire ...
  18. 27. People take the protest to Parliament
  19. 32. The protest gains international support
  20. 37. Thanks to csm2mk flickr.com/photos/csm2mk/2393994620/
  21. 39. My human rights are being abused

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