ISP issues

British record companies had a success when five of the UK’s six main ISPs were required to block access to a peer-to-peer file-sharing website. But two telecoms giants failed to be allowed a judicial review of the Digital Economy Act which puts certain responsibilities onto ISPs for countering copyright infringement. The decision was welcomed by copyright holders but internet users fear the added costs will be passed on to them.

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