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Canal Plus ex-chairman tipped to head piracy commission

Wednesday 23 May 2012 | 09:20 CET | News
The former chairman of French pay TV group Canal Plus, Pierre Lescure, is expected to be chosen to head a consultation process to set up "Act II of the cultural exception", as coined by new president Francois Hollande during the election campaign. Les Echos reports that talks to be held with all players and internet users will assess the failings of France's Hadopi law, which established a three-strikes policy for people who illegally download copyright-protected cultural content.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Canal Plus / Hadopi
Countries: France
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