This is a Christian Science Monitor article on the so-called “Six Strikes” agreement between major Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and the content industry. The participating ISPs will monitor your internet usage and say you violate copyright whenever content you share matches industry criteria. It will cost you $35 to appeal each decision and they won’t be considering fair use factors. Penalties escalate until your internet access is cut off at “offense” number six.
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