Music Industry and Piracy Investigations (MIPI) spokesperson, Michael Speck, is confident that today's Kazaa ruling will be a landmark decision affecting copyright infringers all over the world.
Judgement for the Kazaa case will be delivered in the Australian Federal Court this afternoon. The hearing is scheduled for 4pm.
"We are confident that the court will recognise that it can't be right to build a business on other people's work without their permission," Speck said.
The trial was sparked 18 months ago, when MIPI raided the headquarters of Sydney-based Sharman Networks.
Over the course of the six week trial, Justice Murray Wilcox had frozen all of the Sharman Networks' assets, as well as dismissing appeals to the legality of MIPI's raid.