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Australian Govt Holding Secretive Anti-Piracy Talks 218

Posted by timothy
from the but-pirates-are-secretive dept.
daria42 writes "Looks like Australia's Government prefers to keep its ongoing anti-piracy discussions behind closed doors. It held an initial meeting in September last year to try to get the content and ISP industries to thrash out an agreement on how to handle Internet piracy. Consumer representative groups were explicitly blocked from attending the meeting, and attendees are not allowed to reveal what was discussed behind closed doors. Now a second meeting has been held, and again, no information has been revealed about what's being discussed. Quelle conspiracy?"
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Australian Govt Holding Secretive Anti-Piracy Talks

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