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July 14th, 2010

ISPs take Digital Economy Act to the courts

ISPs take Digital Economy Act to the courts: “Two of the UK’s biggest ISPs will ask the UK courts to scrutinise the controversial Digital Economy Act to determine whether or not it conflicts with existing laws on privacy and electronic communications.

(Via OUT-LAW News.)

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One Response to “ISPs take Digital Economy Act to the courts”

  1. Since the passing of the Digital Economy Act 2010, the assent of which evoked a (not entirely) resounding cry of joy from the music industry, its swift passage into law appears to have caused some turbulence amongst ISPs, and all for valid reasons.

    More on this available: http://www.themusicvoid.com/2010/07/swings-roundabouts-and-lashings-of-legislative-lamenting/

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