6 strikes and you're out (of speed), anti-piracy center warns

10/15/2012 | ReadWrite

AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon Communications on Nov. 28 will start warning customers who appear to be illegally downloading copyrighted material. Alleged violators of the anti-piracy program established by the Center for Copyright Information will get six warnings before their Internet service might be slowed down, but service won't be terminated as a result, according to CCI.

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