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Confidential details of a French government consultation on how to secure Internet access for 3-strikes/graduated response measures, have leaked. The consultation is run by the Hadopi, the new public authority set up to oversee the French government's graduated response / 3-strikes law for copyright enforcement. The measures target peer-to-peer file-sharing in particular.
The Hadopi has asked for the software to contain 4 key elements. They are
* the real time observation of protocol traffic;
* analysis of configuration files, including static analysis of the programmes installed and the router, and dynamic analysis of the use of the connection;
* logs of all activity on the Internet access - including activation /deactivation, modification of any security profiles - to be kept for a year;
* a system of alerts warning users if they are about to use a P2P connection: for example, "You are about to download a file using a P2P protocol - do you want to continue?".
Originally posted by gagol
reply to post by muzzleflash
I honestly don't know all the details... maybe if the software is not detected you will get your Net connection cut-off.