France to follow Turkey’s lead on lawless Internet censorship

Despite many setbacks, bad publicity, budget cuts and a change of government, France is persisting with its Hadopi, a “three strikes law” and government agency to enforce copyright laws and fight online “piracy”. Even more worrying, the country’s Minister of Culture is now making moves to curb online rights even further.

Country: France

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: censorship, blacklist, Internet, tree strikes and you are out, Hadopi

Posted on Wednesday 22 October 2014

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