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Tip: How 'six strikes' anti-piracy policy affects you

4:49 PM, Dec. 21, 2012
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What is the "Six Strikes" anti-piracy policy?

Q. I heard my Internet service provider is starting a new policy called "Six Strikes." How will it affect my surfing?

A. It depends. If someone in your home is pirating movies, TV or music, you'll start receiving warning notices. The first couple of notices will be friendly emails or calls telling you someone is pirating copyrighted content on your connection. From there, your ISP could throttle your data speeds or block out certain sites. Your service would go back to normal once you've contacted your ISP. While this sounds like harsh ...

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