Tell ISPs: Don't Cut Off Your Users

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Five of the top American ISPs have been working with the major media industry groups on a new set of "graduated response" policies. Under the new agreement, unproven accusations of infringement could lead to escalating consequences from users, from "re-education" programs up to bandwidth throttling and account suspensions. Tell AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon to respect their users' rights, and publicly commit today that they will never terminate a user account as part of a "graduated response" program.

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