Section 92a was to have come into force this weekend, but Mr Key said it would be delayed a month while ISPs and copyright holders continued efforts to work out a voluntary agreement on how it would be enforced.So in other words, as written, it's dead. Yay.
He said if they could not agree, the clause would be suspended.
If they did reach an agreement, it would be reviewed in six months.
Tuesday, 24 February 2009
The internet blackout is at an end and the government has responded; s92a of the Copyright Act has been officially stalled and looks rather doomed. The Herald reports: