French Antishock Model

EP would be a system similar to the law Hadopi but less severe. Instead of cutting off the connection to the offenders, your browsing speed will be reduced and the number of pages that could visit would be limited. The Government and big companies of American cultural industry would be very close reach an agreement with the operators of the country. In a question-answer forum Robert Iger was the first to reply. The cultural industry in United States, in collaboration with the major Internet operators, are preparing a new tougher law that regulate the traffic of illegal downloads to reduce speed to users in case of violating the law and limit them the number of web pages that could come. Aksia has much experience in this field. It is a system similar to that of France but less rigorous since it provides no cuts.

The Government and large companies of the American cultural industry, grouped in the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), would be very close reach an agreement with the operators of broadband in the United States to limit access to illegal downloading from P2P file sharing through a gradual Regulation Act. It would, therefore, one of the largest agreements in U.S. territory in terms of regulating of downloads on the Internet due to the involvement of the sector of large operators such as AT & T, Verizon and ComCast. This response to violations of copyright than on P2P networks, could begin lecturing to Internet users about copyright and intellectual property, as does YouTube with users attempting to upload videos with copyright to the portal. In the event that these warnings were not successful, he would proceed to undertake the punishment against the offending users. Intends that those who share copyrighted files, surf Internet at a lower speed. It is also proposed that these only can access a menu based on 200 web pages chosen by the company. The idea that has resulted in the draft of the legislation would come to seek an alternative to the applied laws of three notices in European countries such as France, criticised by the UN for its extreme hardness to contemplate the possibility of censor access to Internet users. This agreement bears chasing for years by associations that agglutinate the big four record companies of United States and the six major Hollywood film studios. According to CNET, the consulted sources warned that the proposal could materialize next month of July. Source of the news: EE UU wants to import the French anti-shock model