Dutch ISPs refuse to cooperate with anti-piracy plan
The scheme envisaged by the Dutch dustributor is to ask ISPs to send letters to those IP addresses that engage in illegal activities. These letters will serve as a warning threatening legal action if further copyright infringements are noticed. KPN and Ziggo, the country’s largest ISPs, have so far refused to work along with this scheme. The two operators will not hand over information of their customers, unless ordered by a judge. – Robert Briel, Broadband TV News
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