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Submission + - Internet providers set to crack down on illegal file-sharing (thehill.com)

Victor_0x53h writes: "AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and other major Internet service providers are set to implement a copyright alert system aimed at cutting down on illegal peer-to-peer file sharing of copyrighted material "over the next several weeks," according to the head of the organization overseeing the new anti-piracy program. Under the new copyright alert system, these providers will send a series of e-mail alerts to subscribers whose accounts may have been used to illegally distribute music, movies or other entertainment content via file-sharing."
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