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Friday, March 07, 2008

ISP Warning Would Stop 70% of File-Swappers?

A new study suggests that seventy percent of the people that engage in illegal file sharing would stop if they were warned by their ISP. This makes you wonder if any “official” warning would work? And what of the 30 percent that will continue to download stuff regardless?

With the U.K. government considering whether or not to make Internet service providers cut off service to customers who repeatedly engage in illegal file-sharing, a new report issued in the country suggest that 70% of consumers there would stop such actions if they received a warning from their ISP.

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