French anti-piracy body Hadopi was tipped for the scrapheap following the election of Socialist president  earlier this year. Well, that isn’t happening. In fact, Hadopi is expanding its remit, and will now be sending warning letters to people illegally filesharing games, not just music and films. However, it has emerged that Hadopi’s budget is being cut from €10.3m in 2012 to €8m in 2013. The body is hoping to make this go further, reports Ars Technica, noting that it’s hiring six more staff and planning to increase the number of warnings it sends out from 800k to around 1.1m – partly due to the addition of games to its responsibilities.

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