In spite of an inflamed debate and strong opposition, as we have reported here and here, the Board of the Italian Communication Authority (AGCOM) approved its regulatory scheme for online copyright enforcement. The outgoing chairman of AGCOM hastily approved the scheme a few days before the new chairman was installed. The new regulation will allow AGCOM to administratively police copyright infringement online and will enter into force on March 31, 2014. Read more about Italian Communication Authority Approves Administrative Enforcement of Online Copyright Infringement
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