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Jul162011

TWiL 120 Video — Colorado Grandmothers for 200, Alex!

 

This week's episode was a hoot and a half for some reason, maybe it was the Trim Toniq. ;)

Episode 120 Discussion Points. Video archives for this WEEK in LAW are available at TWiT.tv, on YouTube, and ODTV.  TWiL is on Twitter and Facebook, if you're so inclined. Please also rate the show in iTunes.



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In "This Week in Law: 120", at time 37:54, Evan Brown wondered how many warnings would be produced by the new 6-strikes regime. We do have the example of France's Three Strikes law. Instituted 9 months ago, they have had over 18 million complaints from rights holders, over 1 million requests to French ISPs for ID's, generating 470,878 email warnings, but no lawsuits yet.

French 3 strikes

Scaled for population size, that would be over 2.2 million email warnings in the US over 9 months.

I don't think that there will be any shortages of warnings issued in the near future.

July 16, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Wenn

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