France’s new culture minister has sent a strong signal that HADOPI, the agency responsible for administering the country’s three strikes and you’re out law, has been a failure. Aurelie Filippetti says she plans to slash funding for HADOPI, noting that it has failed to develop legal alternatives and that suspension […]
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Music Rights Holders Send 25,000 Copyright Notices in France Daily
Billboard reports that French rights holders are sending 25,000 copyright infringement notices daily to HADOPI, the agency responsible for that country’s three-strikes-and-you’re-out system.
France’s Three Strikes Law Hasn’t Brought Any Penalties
Canadian recording industry groups may be pining for a three strikes model in Canada, but the NY Times reports that the French law has yet to result in any penalties and some politicians are expressing misgivings about the law altogether.
Three Strikes Law Takes Effect in France
Hadopi, the French three-strikes and you're out law, takes effect today. The law establishes a new state agency – the Higher Authority for the Distribution of Works and the Protection of Copyright on the Internet. Update: Several people have written to report that the law has been delayed by the […]
French Three Strikes Rule Strikes Out
Le Monde reports that the French Constitutional Court has largely struck down the French three-strikes and you're out rule (aka graduated response, hadopi).