Canada Prohibits Piracy Settlement Demands in ISP Copyright Notices 

The rules for Canada’s notice-and-notice regime will change following the passing of C-86, the Budget Implementation Act. Moving forward, rightsholders will not be allowed to send copyright infringement notices for ISPs to pass onto their customers, if they contain a direct or indirect offer to settle. The development effectively ends Rightscorp-style business models in Canada.

Source: Canada Prohibits Piracy Settlement Demands in ISP Copyright Notices – TorrentFreak

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