Thursday, September 10, 2009

We will cut your broadband connection if you listen to that music

In its Digital Britain report, originally published in June, the government set a target to reduce file-sharing of music across the internet by 70% in the first year.That report gave media regulator Ofcom until 2012 to consider whether "technical measures" - such as reducing broadband speeds or blocking access to download sites - were necessary.

But musicians like Radiohead, Billy Bragg and Blur are saying they don't want the Government making criminals out of their fans.
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