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Hadopi update – ten cases go to Judge

July 15, 2011

TorrentFreak has blogged that the Hadopi  organisation, after monitoring 18 million Internet users and  having to take a break following a data leak (the metering was carried out by a contractor, Trident Media Guard) passed on 900,000 suspect IP addresses.  470,000 received first warnings, 20,000 second warnings and 10 have been passed to a Judge; they could be cut off and/or receive a €1500 fine.

As a result of ‘watching’ 18 million users – all of whom should be p2p users to justify the exercise – Reporters Without Borders reclassified France a ‘a country under surveillance.’

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