Since April 8, a bill concerning the new anti-piracy device which should follow Hadopi has been discussed in the Senate and the National Assembly.

This law, presented by the Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot, should not however come into force before 2022, according to Cédric Roussel, LREM deputy for the Alpes-Maritimes.

"We hope for an implementation before the end of the five-year term," he told our colleagues from

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Intervene more quickly

The deputy had initially made a bill concerning the pirating of sports broadcasts via streaming or IPTV boxes.

Its device was finally integrated into the minister's bill.

"This text takes up precisely what I am defending: delegating to a trusted third party the possibility of cutting off illegal flows thanks to a 'dynamic' ordering procedure", explained the deputy.

The aim of this new device will therefore be to speed up interventions to cut off illegal broadcasts.

“Our goal is to prevent this dissemination and above all to make it much less accessible and user-friendly,” he told



End the "looting"

The implementation of this law will follow the creation of Arcom (Audiovisual and Digital Communication Regulatory Authority) in January 2022. This body is the result of the merger between Hadopi (High Authority for the Distribution of Works and the Protection rights on the Internet) and the CSA (Superior council of audio-visual).

With this law, Cédric Roussel hopes to put an end to the “looting” of the world of culture and sport.

"It is our role to protect the cultural, living and sporting work, because behind there are men and women, as well as professionals, who support other sectors and who above all are the locomotives of amateur sports" he asserted.


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