Britain’s digital economy bill is being rushed, say critics
Britain’s controversial Digital Economy Bill has moved to the House of Commons despite claims by detractors that it is being rushed
The bill had its last reading in the House of Lords on Monday March 15 and is now ready to go through the lower house of parliament.
The bill contains the so-called three strikes rule that would see persistent copyright...
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