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Argument: Graduated response could shut down public Internet hubs

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"'Three strikes' for the Web." Los Angeles Times Editorial. April 13, 2010 "One danger is that the duties and liabilities they impose could prompt those who provide Internet access in public spaces -- coffee shops, libraries, universities and the like -- to stop or limit their services to avoid any risk of even innocent infringement. That would be a step backward for Britain's efforts to promote ubiquitous broadband.

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