"Six strikes" copyright enforcement postponed until 2013

"Six strikes" copyright enforcement postponed until 2013

arstechnica.com
New The Center for Copyright Information, which will be punishing Internet copyright infringers by administering a "six strikes" warning system, was scheduled to start operations before the end of this year. But today CCI announced that the rollout will be delayed at least a few months, until "early 2013." The reason given:...
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