The French National Assembly has approved a redrafted version of the Hadopi law, which will allow judges to order internet disconnections of up to a year for persistent file-sharers. The bill was passed by 285-225 in the Assembly, having already been approved by the French Senate. So it’ll become law now, right? Well, it still has to go through a parliamentary commission, and there could be legal appeals on the horizon too, which would send the law back to the Constitutional Court that rejected it back in June.

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