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  1. What is the prospective  why should they be liable , how the sings for emerge of ISP from the safe horbor either DMCA or Directive in Eu has been come within the court?
  2. What is the consequence of the making the ISP liable and whether its could prevent the liability ( reasons that making the ISP liable is not the proper way in fight against the peer to peer file sharing
  3. The want to conclude that mere litigation is unable to prevent the peer to peer file sharing 9 but all need a reasons ) I need a international prospective
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