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French culture ministry, Hadopi to address streaming piracy

Monday 28 November 2011 | 09:34 CET | News
French culture minister Frederic Mitterrand has followed up on president Sarkozy's recent statement that the country's anti-piracy legislation should go beyond P2P file downloads to be extended to streaming content. The minister said that he would announce a range of necessary measures in the next three months. For its part, anti-piracy authority Hadopi said it would make a "clear and precise evaluation of the phenomena concerned, notably in their technical and economic dimensions". The head of the body's copyright protection committee, Mireille Imbert-Quaretta, will oversee these efforts,

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