Indie trade body AIM has written a letter to UK business secretary Lord Mandelson backing the government’s plans to crack down on file-sharing. “AIM cannot make the point too strongly that these predominantly small – in some cases tiny – music businesses are overwhelmingly reliant on making a fair and honest return on their recorded music output,” writes chairman and CEO Alison Wenham. “We support provision for a range of sanctions which can be invoked proportionately including, with necessary safeguards, the suspension of individual broadband accounts as a last resort against the most persistent offenders.”

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