Nearly 9 percent French online piracy was warning




The French government has more than three million visitors given one warning. As part of its three-strikes policy against internet piracy in the past four years That equates to nearly nine percent of all French Internet households.

In total Hadopi, sent the organization carrying out the three-strikes policy, 3,249,481 first warnings to Internet subscribers who were guilty of illegal downloading in the country. Apparently 89.6 percent subsequently ceased its activities or managed to stay under the radar of the organization as Hadopi then sent to the Internet 333 723 households a second warning. Of left there in 1502 to arrive at a third warning and was in 1289 cases examined or should be adjusted. Prosecution Ultimately, 116 cases were brought, most people came with a warning from.

The figures emerge from a document that Hadopi has this week released and which TorrentFreak quotes . From an investigation by the French Hadopi in 1059 the organization concludes that 73 percent of people who received a warning is not changed to another illegal download platform, while 15 percent indicated it to have done so. The visitors are also not massively switched to legal alternatives. 23 percent reported that they had. Taken to resort to a legal platform 68 percent of the majority of those who were warned, however, seemed to have some absolutely no sense for music or film platform.


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