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ISP Virgin Media and the British Phonographic Institute have joined forces to implement a three-strikes policy which will see sharers of copyright content disconnected.
Police in Middlesbrough have arrested the man behind Oink.me.uk, one of the world's biggest illegal music file sharing sites.
The British record industry is attempting to get ISPs to hand over the details of people it says are filesharing.
The UK's version of the RIAA is going after All Of MP3, seeking a court declaration that the site is illegal. Enforcing such a judgment would be harder.
People who illegally share music files online are also big spenders on legal music downloads, research suggests.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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