French anti-piracy body Hadopi is facing more questions about its future, after a mid-term report published by the Ministry of Culture’s commission on digital content and cultural policy. Billboard reports that although politicians say they’re not thinking of shutting Hadopi down, there does appear to be concern about whether its three-strike notifications process is working efficiently. Indeed, several possible changes are mooted, including changing Hadopi into a body that cracks down on illegal services rather than individual filesharers. The report also suggests making ISPs more responsible for filesharing on their networks; getting search engines to downgrade piracy sites; and shutting off revenues for these sites. All things that are happening in various parts of the world already, of course.

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