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Internet users would have their connections terminated summarily on the whim of the film and TV industry should it win its landmark legal battle against iiNet, legal experts have warned.
Seven of the world's biggest film studios and the Seven Network last week filed suit against iiNet, Australia's third largest ISP, in the Federal Court.
They claim iiNet authorised copyright infringement by failing to prevent its users from downloading pirated movies and TV shows.
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