Hadopi doubles illicit P2P download warnings in a year

Thursday 17 July 2014 | 08:45 CET | News
French anti-piracy authority Hadopi reported that it has nearly doubled the number of warnings it sent internet subscribers whose connections were used to download content illegally over peer-to-peer networks in the year to the end of June. The authority sent over 300,000 first warnings by e-mail and nearly 150,000 second warnings by registered mail. Since its creation almost four years ago, Hadopi sent over 3.25 million first warnings, or 8.9 percent of all internet users, and almost than 334,000 second warnings.

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Companies: CSA / Hadopi
Countries: France
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