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The French body HADOPI, the authority in charge of regulating the country's new three-strikes scheme, has launched a public information campaign about the anti-piracy measures.Around 260,000 advisory leaflets were distributed to motorists on French highways last weekend (Aug. 21-22) and the same operation will happen this weekend (Aug. 28-29). The campaign targets families traveling in France during the summer holiday period.The leaflet explains how the three-strikes scheme will work. Warning letters will be sent to those suspected of illegal downloading. In the event of repeat infringement, HADOPI's rights protection committee CPD will submit the file to a judge who can approve an order to cut the offender's Internet access.The information leaflet states that HADOPI aims to protect authors' rights and ensure that Internet users secure their connections to prevent misuse.