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Submission + - Research shows "three strikes" anti-piracy laws don't work.

Bismillah writes: Graduated response regimes that warn and then penalise users for infringing file sharing do not appear to work, new research from Monash University in Australia has found. The paper studied "three strikes" laws in France, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan and the UK, as well as other anti-filesharing regimes in the US and Ireland, but found scant evidence that they're effective.
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Research shows "three strikes" anti-piracy laws don't work.

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