France takes third swing at ‘three-strikes’ law

France takes third swing at ‘three-strikes’ law: “

The human right to the interwebs

France’s controversial ‘three-strikes’ internet law is getting another do-over. Originally rejected by the country’s National Assembly, revised then declared unconstitutional, the anti-file sharer bill has yet again been revamped and passed for consideration by the French constitutional court.…

(Via The Register – Public Sector.)

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