The Queen of England today
threw the weight of her throne behind a dubious proposal that would potentially suspend a person’s Internet access if the user is found to be a repeat copyright offender; France has already passed
its own "three strikes" nuclear option for dealing with online copyright violations.
During her speech to Parliament today, the Queen announced: "My Government will introduce a Bill to ensure the communications infrastructure is fit for the digital age, supports future economic growth, delivers competitive communications and enhances public service broadcasting." That was her typically understated English way of endorsing the UK's pending Digital Economy bill
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