More than a year after the MPAA and RIAA announced their groundbreaking anti-piracy deal with U.S. Internet providers, the first warning letters are yet to be sent out. Previously, July 2012 was coined as the start date but the responsible parties are still not ready to launch. While TorrentFreak has learned that various ISPs will start the implementation at different times, it remains a mystery which company will be spying on filesharers.

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    Copyright holders have officially pressed pause on a scheme that would have seen alleged pirates sent ... Copyright holders were now focusing on other anti-piracy measures, he said. Intellectual property awareness group Creative Content Australia, which ...
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  • It begins: Six-strikes copyright smackdown starts in US
    Copyright crimefighters FACT change tack after Hollywood calls The Terminator Five of the biggest US internet service providers will begin rolling out a Copyright Alert System (CAS) this week as part of a new six-strikes ... build the anti-piracy system.
    02/25/2013 - 7:46 am | View Link
  • Details Of Various Six Strikes Plans Revealed; May Create Serious Problems For Free WiFi
    Ah, unintended consequences. TorrentFreak has been doing a fantastic job sussing out the details of how various ISPs are going to implement the infamous "six strikes" plan. Earlier, it had found that AT&T's plan was to block access to frequently visited ...
    01/11/2013 - 5:37 am | View Link
  • Leaked Verizon document outlines their “six-strikes” anti-piracy policy – to roll out in next few weeks
    TorrentFreak has obtained a copy of Verizon’s “six-strikes” anti-piracy policy. In 2011 the MPAA and RIAA teamed ... After more than a year of delays the plan will officially roll out in the first weeks of this year. A scanned copy of the document ...
    01/10/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
  • Meet the record industry lobbyists who'll be throttling your Internet connection in America's six strikes world
    The Center for Copyright Information is the organization behind America's "six strikes" plan, where the major ISPs and phone companies have signed up to voluntarily degrade your Internet connection, and even disconnect your family based on unsubstantiated ...
    10/20/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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  • Copyright Alert System
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    02/16/2017 - 11:37 am | View Website
  • ISPs and Tracking Company Ready to Start Six-Strikes Anti ...
    ISPs and Tracking Company Ready to Start Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Scheme. ... a spokesperson for the CCI told TorrentFreak that each ISP would roll out the scheme at ...
    02/8/2017 - 12:08 pm | View Website
  • Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Tracking To Roll Out November 28th ...
    Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Tracking To Roll ... "Six-Strikes" is ... a large percentage of these new subscribers are signing in anticipation of the “six strikes” scheme.
    02/1/2017 - 7:30 am | View Website
  • US halts internet 'six strikes' anti-piracy scheme
    A controversial programme to reduce internet piracy has been halted in the US ... US halts internet 'six strikes' anti-piracy scheme. 31 ... Under the scheme, ...
    02/1/2017 - 12:06 am | View Website
  • 'Three strikes' anti-piracy scheme launched
    politics 'Three strikes' anti-piracy scheme launched ... Anti piracy scheme or not, ... . © 2016 reddit inc.
    10/29/2016 - 9:11 am | View Website
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