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SNEP knocked back in push for piracy search filters

Search engines like Google and Bing will not be forced to automatically block results for searches with music artists and the term ‘torrent’.
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17 more piracy sites to be blocked by UK ISPs

The BPI and PPL are continuing to target piracy sites through High Court orders in the UK, forcing ISPs to block access to them. 17 music download sites have just been added to the blacklist, with most of them MP3 search...
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Pirate Bay founders appeal to European Court of Human Rights

The saga of the Pirate Bay prosecution goes on. And on.
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Virgin Media website attacked by Anonymous after Pirate Bay block

Poor old Virgin Media, it seems to cop all the bad luck. Having blocked access to The Pirate Bay on the orders of the UK's High Court, the ISP found itself subject to the wrath of online collective Anonymous, which knocked...
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Pirate Bay defiant in face of UK ISP blockages

Is The Pirate Bay cowed by the UK's High Court order forcing ISPs to block access to the filesharing site? What do you think...
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BPI wins court order forcing UK ISPs to block The Pirate Bay

Ever since the UK's High Court ordered several British ISPs to block access to filesharing site Newzbin2, we've been waiting for a similar move against The Pirate Bay
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US bid to send Megaupload boss back to jail fails

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom remains a free (bailed) man, after a US bid to send him back to jail in New Zealand was rejected by the High Court there
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Digital Economy Bill could force ISPs to block websites

An amendment to the British government's Digital Economy Bill would allow the UK High Court to force ISPs to block specific websites accused of being havens for copyright infringement. There's an attempt to balance the clause...