US six-strike anti-piracy system costs $2m a year - report

It costs $2 million a year to run the company that oversees the US’ six-strike anti-piracy scheme – a bill that is shared between the MPAA and the RIAA and a group of ISPs.

That's according to a TorrentFreak report which cites tax records that show the annual figure required to run the Center for Copyright Information (CCI), the American non-profit group that aims to teach consumers about copyright protection.

The ‘six strikes’ anti-piracy plan was created two years ago ...

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