The French HADOPI law or Creation and Internet law (French: Haute Autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur internet,[1] “law promoting the distribution and protection of creative works on the internet”) was introduced during 2009, providing what is known as a graduated response as a means to encourage compliance with copyright laws. HADOPI is the acronym of the government agency created to administer it.

The HADOPI law was revoked on 10 July 2013 by the French Government because the punitive penalties imposed on copyright infringers was considered to be disproportionate.

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