Skip to content   Skip to footer navigation 

Say no to the 'education notice' scheme


Punishing everyone, fixing nothing!

Call for timely, affordable content

Content owners and the telco industry have joined forces to create a draft scheme that would make internet providers police your internet use, send you 'education' letters and provide your contact details to rights holders so that they can more easily pursue legal action. This won't stop piracy because it doesn't address the reasons people download unlawfully – high prices and unavailability of legal content.

Join the campaign calling for timely, affordable access to content online instead of costly, ineffective policies that punish consumers.

Read more

4 Access to digital content articles

Dallas Buyers Club denied access to alleged pirates' contact details Federal Court judgment provides important protections for internet users. Government research undermines its own piracy plan Education notice scheme gets the thumbs down - so why is the industry pushing for it? Australian web piracy crackdown not backed by evidence 12 June 2015 | An ineffective, costly internet filter is coming your way.