The government is considering a so-called three-strikes policy which would give warnings for alleged copyright infringement before eventually issuing fines or even banning consumers from the internet.
These policies have failed almost everywhere they have been introduced. They are costly, ineffective, and lack due process which can put innocent consumers at risk.
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