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HADOPI in France allowed that country to be one of the first countries to pass a graduated, or three strikes law for alleged copyright infringers. Now, the same country that once looked like a grand example for rights holders trying to crack down on copyright infringement has a problem implementing the law.For rights holders hoping to crack down in file-sharing all over the world, HADOPI was a major victory. Not only would France be one of the first countries to pass a three strikes law, but it would serve as a shining example as rights holders lobbied other countries to enact similar laws. If, for example, the litigation campaign in the US failed (which is a possibility at this point), a three strikes law is always a nice backup plan.