The NBR reports that the government will delay the implementation of section 92 of the Copyright ammendment Act for a month.
Prime Minister John Key announced at a post-cabinet press conference this afternoon that implementation of the controversial clause of the copyright legislation to be delayed until March 27.
“We are hoping that by that time we will have come up with a voluntary code of practice,” Mr Key said.
If no agreement is reached, Section 92A will be suspended.
Thank goodness we’ve got a government with the good sense to do the right thing.
Yahoo & thank you. 🙂
UPDAYE 2: Inquiring Mind cautions that while a skirmish has been won the war is not over.