UK Government cans ISP ban plans | THINQ.co.uk

Government plans to operate a three strikes and you’re out system for persistent file sharers have been shelved in response to a public petition which compared blaming ISP’s for piracy to forcing the Post Office to search through parcels for photocopied documents or mix tape cassettes.

An official response to the petition reads: “The Government wants as many people as possible to enjoy all the benefits that broadband internet can bring. New technology has changed the way people want to use and access media content, in some cases faster than products and services commercially on offer have developed

via UK Government cans ISP ban plans | THINQ.co.uk.

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~ by Gary Austin on February 23, 2010.

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