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NZ MP Enjoys Copyright Infringement, Votes For 3 Strikes

April 14th, 2011 04:28 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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An anonymous reader writes “As New Zealand politicians are looking to rush through a new copyright law, 92A, which imposes a ‘three strikes’ regime on people accused of file sharing, some New Zealanders were a bit amused to see Parliament Member Melissa Lee stand up to speak in favor of the bill just hours after tweeting how she was enjoying a compilation of music put together for her by a friend. Does that count as her first strike?”

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