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National Security Letters Ruled Unconstitutional; Could This Help to Kill ... - DecryptedTech

National Security Letters Ruled Unconstitutional; Could This Help to Kill ... - DecryptedTech | Internet Freedom at Risk | Scoop.it
National Security Letters Ruled Unconstitutional; Could This Help to Kill ...
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CISPA, SOPA, PIPA and many others all ride on the same concept. At their core they operate on the idea ...
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Six Strikes Is Just 'Soft SOPA' | Techdirt

Six Strikes Is Just 'Soft SOPA' | Techdirt | Internet Freedom at Risk | Scoop.it

The nationwide Six Strikes Copyright Alert System continues to roll out with many of the details still shrouded in secrecy. The few aspects of the system that can be guaranteed are negative: open WiFi could become a thing of the past and non-infringers are likely to be swept up in the CAS net.

Then there's the problematic system itself, one that places the burden of proof entirely on the end user. In addition, the punishment (in some cases, the loss of internet service) seems to greatly outweigh the crime. As Andrew Bridges points out in his interview with ReadWrite, the ridiculousness of this punishment becomes apparent when you move the discussion out of the copyright arena.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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