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December 3, 2012
Zach Walton Anti-Piracy Plans Revealed By Verizon, Time Warner Cable
By Zach Walton
The CCI is about to launch its six-strikes anti-piracy system alongside six of the nation’s major ISPs. The program is being touted as a consumer-friendly system that encourages the use of legal alternatives when users are caught pirating content online. A leak has already detailed AT&T plans, but we didn’t know what the other ISPs would do until recently.

Ars Technica reports that Verizon and Time Warner Cable were present at a CCI panel discussion at this year’s INET New York conference. The two companies described the systems they will put in place to deter piracy. Subscribers under these ISPs will encounter slower speeds and blocked sites after going through the first few rounds of warnings. [...]

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