“You wouldn’t steal a car; you wouldn’t steal a purse, you wouldn’ steal a cellphone; you woudn’t steal a movie” What about you would break the speed limit in an automobile? Cause realistically, lets face it. That is a law with about the same level of contempt as breaking copyright. That is why I cannot see Section 92A working very well.
Section 92A is a recent (Last year) ammendment to the Copyright (New Technologies Act) which states that:
(1) An Internet service provider must adopt and reasonably implement a policy that provides for termination, in appropriate circumstances, of the account with that Internet service provider of a repeat infringer.
(2) In subsection (1), repeat infringer means a person who repeatedly infringes the copyright in a work by using 1 or more of the Internet services of the Internet service provider to do a restricted act without the consent of the copyright owner.
Now this section was rejected in select committee due to it seen as giving to removing to much freedom from the general public over the rights of the copyright holder. Some desperate action from “various commercial entities” saw the section reinstated. Source