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French president Nicolas Sarkozy is endorsing a plan that would ban the provision of Internet access to file sharers caught pirating three times. The plan would use information from ISPs on "high-volume users" to find file sharers. Serial offenders would see their accounts suspended or terminated after their third strike. Music and film industries, naturally, are in favor of the plan. A consumer group in France labeled it "very harsh, potentially repressive, antieconomic and against the grain of the digital age." Harsh words. Well, it could be worse. At least they aren't blocking la Bible. (Photo by AP/Michel Euler)