U.S. Internet service providers are ready to start the program, under which they will deal with copyright violations on the Internet.
Big U.S. ISPs will monitor violators of copyright on the internet reports CNet.
It should be noted that on July 12 a number of major U.S. providers, including Comcast, Cablevision, Verizon and Time Warner Cable announced that they agree to adopt policies aimed at preventing illegal skachavaniyu music, movies and programs. However, since the representatives of the major providers are no longer mentioned their intention to oppose the spread of illegal content.
Today, the debate at a meeting of U.S. President publishers Recording Industry Association of America, Cary Sherman (Cary Sherman) said that the majority of providers participating in the program on July 12, preparing to start its implementation.
Proponents of anti-piracy program believe that it can be very effective in combating the spread of illegal products.
According to Sherman, the development of such a program might take a year, because this process is quite complicated and lengthy.
“Each provider must develop their infrastructure to automate the system,” – said Sherman. According to him it is necessary to create a database that providers can track repeat offenders. “Every provider must do so in their own way, depending on their particular network architecture. Some of them are nearing completion, while others are at an earlier stage, “- said the president of the association.
Under this program, providers must first submit a one-two warning notices to customers found to be downloading content that is protected by copyright. If the user does not respond to a warning, then the provider is obliged to send him so the title of “the supporting notification” in which the client is asked to confirm that he had received a warning.
At the same time, users will be informed of the possible consequences if they do not stop downloading pirated material. If a client comes in the commission of unlawful acts a second time, then the provider has the right to tighten sanctions on him. Thus, the provider is permitted to reduce the connection speed by up to disable access to the Intrenet until he agrees to stop doing the pirate action.
The White House, as well as state and federal legislators have supported this program. According to members of the recording and film associations of the United States, it will give impetus to ensure that the law is to combat piracy was passed in Congress.