In this Part:
"action" means a proceeding of a civil nature between parties, including a counterclaim.
"broadcaster" means a person licensed under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 to provide a broadcasting service (as defined in that Act) by which an encoded broadcast is delivered.
"channel provider" means a person who:
(a) packages a channel (which might include programs produced by the person); and
(b) supplies a broadcaster with the channel; and
(c) carries on a business that involves the supply of the channel;
where, apart from any breaks for the purposes of the transmission of incidental matter, the channel is broadcast as part of an encoded broadcast service.
"decoder" means a device (including a computer program) designed or adapted to decrypt, or facilitate the decryption of, an encoded broadcast.
"encoded broadcast" means:
(a) a subscription broadcast; or
(b) a broadcast (except a radio broadcast or subscription broadcast) that is encrypted and is delivered by a commercial broadcasting service, or a national broadcasting service, within the meaning of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 .
"subscription broadcast" means a broadcast that is encrypted and is made available by the broadcaster only to persons authorised by the broadcaster to access the broadcast in intelligible form.
"unauthorised decoder" means a device (including a computer program) designed or adapted to decrypt, or facilitate the decryption of, an encoded broadcast without the authorisation of the broadcaster.