I recently read an article about a new copyright protection system that RightsCorp America is trying to get ISPs to help implement. From the Article:
“Single notices can be read and bypassed similar to the way a software license agreement works [but] once the internet account receives a certain number of notices over a certain time period, the screen cannot be bypassed until the settlement payment is received.”
Basicly saying that the company would have the direct technology to block out and hijack all user's traffic except to payment sites and block it until payment is recieved.
The question is now: Wouldn't that require Browser Providers to implement a massive backdoor in browsers? (or ISPS?)
They claim ISPs do not have the right to refuse to support this due to DMCA third party liability clauses.