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New Online Copyright Violation Alert System

Posted at 8:26AM Wednesday 04 Apr 2012

Americans accessing the Internet through five of the top service providers may start receiving "copyright alerts" in the near future, as a new organization called the Center for Copyright Information develops a new operational framework designed to make individuals aware that their potentially illegal activities online are being monitored.

techpresident.com (via Teleread)

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