Joe Biden Pushed For "Six Strikes" Anti-Piracy Plan, IFPI SaysTorrentFreak
Apr. 08, 2013
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IFPI wants governments worldwide to facilitate plans to tackle online piracy, whether voluntary or not. The music groupís CEO Frances Moore mentions the U.S. six-strikes program as a prime example. On paper the agreement between copyright holders and ISPs was voluntary, but Moore reveals that Vice President Joe Biden was one of the driving forces behind it.