Australia passes new law to stem the tide of eBook piracy

(23 June 2015) goodEreader reports that Australia has just passed a new law that would require internet service providers to block websites that show pirated material, such as eBooks. The websites are not up to the internet companies, instead publishers and rights holders have to make a case to the Federal government and demand sites whose “primary purpose” is the illegal sharing of copyrighted material be blocked.

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