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Aussie Gov’t Decides ISPs Aren’t Responsible For Infected Computers

November 29th, 2010 11:22 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

c0lo writes “In a sudden outburst of common sense, the Australian senate decided that it is not the government’s responsibility to force ISPs to disconnect infected computers from the Internet. Peter Coroneos, chief of the Internet Industry Association, used a car analogy that actually makes sense: ‘It would be like forcing car manufacturers to take responsibility for bad drivers.’”

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