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More Calls for Punishing Illegal File Sharers Through ISPs

The alliance wants the government to force internet service providers (ISPs) to disconnect users who ignore repeated warnings about sharing illegal content…

Nine creative bodies and five trade unions have signed a joint statement asking the government to force ISPs into banning users caught sharing illegally. It marks a significant hardening of their stance on the role of ISPs, which in the past has focused on education and awareness.

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Related topics: Access Providers, Law, P2P, Policy & Regulation

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