"The proposed law in New Zealand would force ISPs to cut off
internet access for those who are accused of copyright
infringement. This specific element is just a part of a larger new
proposed copyright law. I'm sure any Kiwis in here (I'm looking at
you, Kaiwai) could provide more details on this law and its
reception in New Zealand than I can.
"In any case, this element of the law (section 92A) has been met
with a lot of resistance from Google, who heavily criticised the
newly proposed law. According to Google, 57% of the takedown
notices it has received under the DMCA in the United States were
sent by business targeting competitors. In addition, 37% were not
valid copyright claims at all."