Tuesday, April 28, 2009

"Three Strikes" Strikes Out in UK

UK Minister David Lammy has reportedly taken "three strikes" off the table, according to The Register:
The Government minister responsible for intellectual property has ruled out a 'three strikes' law denying internet access to illegal file sharers. David Lammy said cutting off users was not "the right road" for UK law makers.


1 comment:

  1. But that comment wouldn't rule out a system that required ISPs to send warning letters, and perhaps do things like throttling. There's plenty of scope for enforcement and supervision short of actual termination...