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'Three Strikes' Anti-Piracy Code Gets Bogged

Wednesday, 03 Jun 2015


With no timeline now for approval. 

By Ry Crozier on Jun 1 2015 8:32AM

The draft anti-piracy code prepared by the internet industry is already bogged down with no timeline on when it might be approved.

The code is often referred to as a ‘three strikes’ scheme, as internet users suspected of piracy will receive three warnings that gradually escalate in their severity.

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