France's piracy law dealt crushing blow by Constitutional Court
France’s top legislative court, the Constitutional Council, has decreed that a crucial element of the Creation and Internet piracy law passed on May 13 - the power to cut off Internet access to people caught downloading content illegally as part of a three strikes measure - is contrary to the Declaration of the Rights of Man.
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