UPI reports that a member of the European Parliament says he will urge legal action against France for adopting the three-strikes rule. French Socialist MEP Guy Bono says he will to ask the European Commission, which has consistently supported the parliament's position against Internet access cut-offs, to initiate a lawsuit against Paris for "not respecting (European) community legislation." EU Information Commissioner Viviane Reding ruled out launching a proceeding based on the Parliament decision.
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