harryjohnston writes: "Following the introduction of New Zealand's new copyright legislation, which we discussed last week, major ISP Orcon reports that international peer-to-peer traffic has dropped 10%. This might mean that the law is actually working, to some extent, though experts say the effect will probably only be temporary."
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