Hadopi report turns anti-piracy attention to streaming

Tom Pakinkis

France’s anti-piracy agency Hadopi has released a new report suggesting that it is to turn its attention to copyright-infringement via streaming and direct download, having previously focused on peer-to-peer public transfers.

The three-strikes graduated response system employed by Hadopi sends a series of warning notices to illegal downloaders before seeking court action.

In the new report, Hadopi recognises that there are a number of streaming services and direct download download sites “specialised in the massive exploitation of illegal content from ...

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