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Mar 19, 2012

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Several Internet service providers (ISPs) are set to take on a graduated approach to combating online piracy starting this summer. It calls for copyright holders to detect the specific web addresses of people believed to be trafficking in copyrighted material…

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ISPs to take on illegal downloading, politely

Mar 19, 2012
Several Internet service providers are set to take on a graduated approach to combating online piracy starting this summer, according to the Recording Industry Association of America.

Several Internet service providers (ISPs) are set to take on a graduated approach to combating online piracy starting this summer. It calls for copyright holders to detect the specific web addresses of people believed to be trafficking in copyrighted material illegally. That information is then passed along to the ISP, who in turn issues a warning to the customer. And if you continue — more warnings! Also, the latest findings from our ‘According To A Recent Study’ file.

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