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: ISP's 'three strikes' policy hitting pirates in 2014 - Kate Solomon (TechRadar) -
"Ofcom's 'three strikes' piracy policy will roll into action in 2014 (a little later than anticipated) as plans for how the scheme will work are revealed. Known as the DEA Initial Obligations Code, Ofcom's plan is for ISPs to send letters out to customers whose internet connections have been used to access pirated content. Ofcom wants the letters to remind people of how to secure their networks and where to find legit films, music and other content as well as warn against legal action. If you receive three or more letters in a year, your information may be passed on to rights holders which may take you to court for copyright infringement." -
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