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10.10.2010 US Geheimdienste gegen HADOPI
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10.10.2010: NSA gegen Frankreichs "3 Strikes" (HADOPI)

Einen seltenen Verbündeten haben die Filesharer in Frankreich bekommen. Die US Geheimdienste, allen voran die NSA, schreien auf, dass durch das Vorgehen der HADOPI Behörde in Frankreich Internetnutzer vermehrt auf Verschlüsselung setzen. Das war bereits vor 2 Jahren der Fall, als das "3 Strikes" Modell in Großbritannien eingeführt werden sollte.

"You may recall that, in the fight over the Digital Economy Act in the UK, those who were against the three strikes proposal had an unexpected ally. It looks like the same thing happened in France. With Hadopi now underway and sending out its first warning letters, the news is leaking out that US intelligence agencies, like the NSA, "yelled" at the French government over the plan, for the same reason. They know that a three strikes law will only increase encryption usage, making it more difficult to spy on people."

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Tags: #Informationsfreiheit #Polizei #Geheimdienste #Internetsperren #US #UK #Frankreich #hadopi #3strikes #Netzneutralitaet #TelcomsPackage #Zensur #Persoenlichkeitsrecht
Created: 2010-10-10 07:51:15
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