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  • Australians aren’t satisfied with local media content
  • Australians aren’t satisfied with local media content
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Australians aren’t satisfied with local media content

Despite the Australian ISPs introducing a set of anti-piracy measures in 2017, many Aussies are turning to VPNs in search of paid content that’s not locally available. And as they'd rather do this than view free content, it suggests they're overlooking content closer to home for variety's sake.

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