Big tech accountability? Read how we got here in  The Closing of the Net 

Barron, Anne (2011) 'Graduated response' à l’Anglaise: online copyright infringement and the Digital Economy Act 2010.

In Journal of media law, 3 (2). pp. 305-347.

the prior ‘fair and impartial procedure’ and ‘judicial review’ now referred to in Article 1.3(a) of the Framework Directive seem only to guarantee a court hearing on appeal from an initial ruling (which must be ‘fair and impartial’ but could be non-judicial) to disconnect.88

88. For critical commentary, see Monica Horten, “Telecoms Package: The Verdict” (http://www.iptegrity.com 13 November 2009)

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