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ALERT: last minute trick to prevent European Parliament to vote on amendment 138/46 by changing the order of votes

Paris, May 4 2009 - Threats to citizens' basic rights and freedoms and to the neutrality of Internet could be voted without any safeguard in the EU legislation regarding electronic communication networks (Telecoms Package). EU citizens have two days to call all Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) to ask them to vote for the “Citizens' Rights Amendments”, in the second reading of the Telecoms Package. These amendments include all the safeguards that were removed in the “compromise amendments”, as well as provisions protecting against “net discrimination” practices and filtering of content.

http://www.laquadrature.net/en/urgent-ask-meps-to-adopt-citizens-rights-amendments-on-may-6th
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France To Cut Illegal Download Connections

(WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Legislation was passed in France's senate that could sever the Internet connections of individuals who repeatedly download music and films illegally, which, in effect, may create the first government agency to track and punish individuals for online piracy.

http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/051309_France_To_Cut_Illegal_Download_Connections
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