Monday, January 11, 2010

France can't wait to start slapping down there three strikes

The CNIL - the French equivalent of the Data Commissioner's Office - have yet to approve the French 'three strikes' legislation, but that hasn't bothered newly-minted intellectual property agency Hadopi from setting up things; indeed, Hadopi is getting to ready to send out its first letters sometime between "April and July".

Not that there's any way that they're jumping the gun by organising themselves before getting CNIL approval. Not at all.

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