Whatever happened to that “six strikes” P2P notice system? It’s coming soon

27 05 2012

Whatever happened to the “six strikes” system that was to help civilize the American Internet?

Three years ago, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) gave up its mass litigation strategy of targeting tens of thousands of alleged file-swappers. Instead, the group announced that it would pursue a “graduated response” system in partnership with Interent providers. Infringement notices would be sent on to subscribers, who would be hit with increasing penalties as the notices stacked up.


In April, 2012, the CIC announced its director and board and it’s plans to go forward with implementation

The content in this post was found at http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/02/whatever-happened-to-that-six-strikes-p2p-notice-system-its-coming-soon/ and http://www.copyrightinformation.org/node/705 and was not authored by the moderators of freeforafee.com. Clicking the title link will take you to the source of the post.



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