Why France’s piracy watchdog is missing teeth
French courts might soon decide whether 60 alleged internet pirates should be fined or be cut off from the internet after they ignored final warnings about infringing copyright
The individuals failed to respond to emails from an administrative body called Hadopi, which monitors the sharing of copyrighted material on peer-to-peer networks and operates a controversial three-strike system of warnings for alleged illegal downloaders.
Hadopi, which began work in...
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