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News: Who Pays for Antipiracy Enforcement?
Posted on Monday, July 18, 2011 @ 21:15:25 UTC
Topic: Industry News

In the United States, the cost of both establishing and administering the Independent Review Program, the dispute resolution program, are split evenly, according to the Memorandum of Understanding. Participating copyright holders will bear 50% of the costs and the participating ISPs will pay the other 50%. In addition, the two groups are sharing the cost of the Center for Copyright Information, a resource aimed at educating the public and allowing ISPs to share information about individual actions and learn lessons that can lead to better enforcement. Complete Article





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