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By on November 13, 2014 at 12:20 pm

iiNet’s Chief Regulatory Officer, Steve Dalby, explains why iiNet is fighting against a court application to have its customer details revealed.

Recently, Dallas Buyers Club LLC – the owners of rights in the film of the same name – applied to the Federal Court for iiNet and a number of other providers to reveal details of people they suspect of infringing copyright on their film. This is not an action against iiNet.

In plain terms, Dallas Buyers Club wants the names and contact details of our customers they believe may have illegally shared their film.

Known as ‘preliminary discovery’, this practice is used in a wide range of cases where the identity of the person or company you may want to take legal action against is unknown.

iiNet has decided to oppose this discovery application.

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World of Warships

By on November 12, 2014 at 4:36 pm

World of Warships is the third plank in Wargaming.net’s ongoing attempt to take over the World of Gaming by providing enough flavours of military simulation that they can cater to pretty much everybody. Unlike the fast and frantic games of World of Tanks or the even more fast and frantic games of World of Planes, World of Warships aims to appeal to the more considered and careful player who likes to think things through ahead of time and play the long game.

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call of duty: advanced warfare

By on November 10, 2014 at 9:13 am

The notion of soldiers in powered exoskeleton suits running fast, jumping high and disappearing from sight isn’t exactly new to the world of video games: Crysis has been churning it out since 2007, and more recent titles like Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Titanfall have added their voices to the mechanical chorus.

And so it is that in 2014, industry juggernaut Call of Duty has finally maneuvered its gargantuan bulk around to the idea of powered exoskeletons that can run fast, jump high, and turn invisible. “POWER CHANGES EVERYTHING” trumpets the slogan of Advanced Warfare, but the reality on the ground is that power changes… very little at all.

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