You know I’m a bit pissed off if I write a blog post.
The gem from the “National Interest Analysis”:
Consistent with Australia’s existing obligations in the Australia-US and Australia-Singapore FTAs, and to fully implement its obligations under KAFTA, the Copyright Act 1968 will require amendment in due course to provide a legal incentive for online service providers to cooperate with copyright owners in preventing infringement due to the High Court’s decision in Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v iiNet Ltd, which found that ISPs are not liable for authorising the infringements of subscribers.
They want to overturn a court ruling using dodgy international instruments instead of having the battle in Parliament. These assholes never stop.