US six-strikes anti-piracy scheme delayed until next year

RHIAN JONES

The US six strikes anti-piracy scheme has been delayed until next year after it was supposed to launch yesterday.

According to a set of leaked internal training documents, American internet provider AT&T was to start sending out anti-piracy warning notices to its subscribers on November 28.

The Center for Copyright Information (CCI) has since announced that the ISPs are not ready to send warnings, citing Hurricane Sandy as one of the reasons for the delay, TorrentFreak reports.

CCI’s executive ...

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