Cable companies say they won’t disconnect accused pirates

Link Hoewing, Verizon’s vice president, and Fernando Laguarda, Time Warner Cable’s vice president, on the left, say terminating their customers isn’t part of the deal.
(Credit: Declan McCullagh/CNET)
NEW YORK CITY — Verizon and Time Warner Cable said today they won’t pull the plug on customers accused of piracy through a forthcoming “six strikes” program.
Link Hoewing, Verizon’s vice president, and Fernando Laguarda, Time Warner Cable’s vice president, said at a forum organized by the Internet Society that after they repeatedly inform customers that that their activities appear to violate…

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