First of all, following the notice and notice regime, ISPs and rights holders and the major rights holders got together to talk about a standard format for notices, including plain language. The vast majority of rights holders are working with the ISPs to ensure that notices are actually effective for both parties, that they are understood by the consumer and that they actually convey the information that the rights holder was hoping to.
The goal with this change is that it will actually allow for the vast majority of those notices never to be sent, because we think ISPs will actually have the capacity to stop them at the source because they violate the law. The goal is to remove the vast majority. The goal is to end the practice, so the ISPs will not be sending those on any further. We've also noted that because of the few that do may make it through the system are so clearly a violation, it's much easier to communicate about them because they're not stuck in this mass of potentially people who have been misusing the system by sending false notices.