Privacy Advisor

“Peer-to-peer law” found partly unconstitutional

10.01.2009
The French Senate voted on the HADOPI law for protecting copyrighted works against infringement via electronic communications networks on May 13. (See “HADOPI,” on page 12 of the July, 2009 issue of the Privacy Advisor.) But this new law has given rise to controversy and will be challenged before the Constitutional Court, the Conseil Constitutionel.

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