BPI pushes ISPs for more web censorship

Tuesday, 23 October, 2012 - 23:00

Further plans from the BPI to force ISPs to block a range of file sharing sites have been branded "frustrating" and "extreme" by the Pirate Party UK and the Open Rights Group. 

The comments from the Pirate Party UK and Open Rights Group (ORG) come after the recording industry organisation put proposals in place to force the likes of BT, Virgin and TalkTalk to block torrent sites Kickass Torrents, H33t and Fenopy. 

"Everything we have seen up to now suggests they will be calling for ever more draconian interference threatening the digital economy, our personal freedoms and privacy," Kaye said.


 

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