Prime Minister John Key has announced the controversial Section 92A law, which has been widely condemned by internet users, is to be delayed.
It will go on hold until March 27 while work is carried out on a voluntary code of practice.
If no solution is reached by then it will be suspended.
Earlier today political bloggers from all sides of the political fence took blogs down to protest Section 92A of the Copyright Act.
Thank goodness. We have a government that is prepared to concede that the law passed by the 48th Parliament was bad law, and do something about it. And it once again proves just what an effective lobby group the blogosphere has become.
And to celebrate, we have reverted to our pre-Blackout colour scheme!