Cory Doctorow writes:
In its comments to Victoria Espinel, the American IP enforcement czar, AT&T calls on the government to hold tribunal in which accused infringers will lose their internet access. It doesn’t want a full court to evaluate claims of infrigment (sic), just a high-speed, traffic-court-style process by which entire families will lose their lifelines to the electronic society.
AT&T also wants the government to establish a list of banned websites that all ISPs are ordered to block.
Read more on BoingBoing.
Nate Anderson of Ars Technica also provides coverage and commentary on this.
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