An 'educational' service to combat casual piracy in the U.S.
Apparently, the new anti-piracy system will hit U.S. Internet users from Monday, with five important ISPs participating.
According to a source of site Daily Dot, five participating Internet service providers (ISPs) will start the controversial Copyright Alert System (CAS) on Monday.
The CAS, designed as an "educational" service to combat casual piracy in the U.S., has been criticized as designed purely for corporate interests, at the expense of the average Internet user...
Apparently to mark the launch, the CAS has created a shiny new website and a new promotional video, which you can watch below.
U.S. users, what do you think about this one?
NEWS SOURCE: Copyright Alerts System launch six strikes (via) DailyDot
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