France may see a three strikes system to fight online piracy after all, with the government having approved a new bill focused on the sanctions that were rejected when part of the wider Creation and Internet bill. Having been told that only a judge can allow someone’s internet access to be cut off, the new bill will involve judges ruling on each case, with court hearings only used in the event of an appeal. The bill will have to make it through the French Senate and National Assembly, but then could be slapped down again by the Constitutional Council, which rejected the idea first time round.

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