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5/2/2010


AT&T wants 3 strikes tribunal, government website blacklist

Filed under: News — Charlie Summers @ 12:15 pm

From Ars Technica: AT&T wants 3 strikes tribunal, government website blacklist

From the article: “If the government wants to get into the enforcement business, AT&T would be fine with that. Actually, the company would be more than fine with the proposal—it suggests that the government get into the business of adjudicating such cases and dishing out penalties.”

Tell AT&T to stuff it up their Innertubes. Copyright infringement is a civil matter, not a criminal one, and should remain so. Enough of this nonsense is enough.

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