UK minister criticised over anti-piracy proposals
Internet service providers and digital rights activists have criticised a UK minister after he called for a range of tough new measures to tackle online piracy
In a speech to the Royal Television Society on Wednesday, culture secretary Jeremy Hunt said that the government needs to “explore all options” to make life harder for websites that ignore the law on unlawful downloading.
He outlined five proposals...
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