Hadopi reports 90% response rate from first strike copyright infringers

Tom Pakinkis

Hadopi is hailing France’s ‘three strikes’ anti-piracy measure a success having sent initial warnings to 1.15 million IP offenders but ultimately referring just 0.0012% of those to the courts.

Less than 10% of those who received first strike warnings went on to receive second warnings.

Since October 2010, rightsholders identified 3 million French IP addresses, 38.3% (1.15m) of which Hadopi felt worth of first strike action. Of those, 8.94% (102,854) went on to be issued with second warnings and 0.029% ...

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