ISPs and copyright owners slam anti-piracy code
Internet service providers and consumer groups have told the UK communications regulator that it needs to rethink its plans for enforcing a law to control piracy on the web
The Digital Economy Act, which came into force in April, required Ofcom to draw up a code of practice for ISPs setting out how they should help tackle online copyright infringement by sending warning notices to subscribers suspected of breaking...
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