Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Italian regulator targets profit-making Internet piracy

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Rome, July 25 - Italy's communications regulator
issued anti-piracy guidelines that focus on punish on
profit-making initiatives as well as large-scale volume
transfers.
The regulator left private users and peer-to-peer networks
outside its sphere of intervention though.
The new regulatory plan was approved at an Agcom board
meeting chaired by Angelo Marcello Cardani on Thursday.
The rules are ''the fruit borne of a widescale, in-depth
evaluation of all the elements that were gathered in terms of
the local community that is affected, with comparisons being
drawn to other European national models'', Agcom said in a
statement.
The regulator said its aim in drawing up the guidelines
was to ''protect intellectual rights as well as those of
fundamental rights like the freedom of thought and information,
access to the Internet, and the right to piracy''.

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