BPI boss Geoff Taylor has explained the difficulties of taking individual file-sharers to court, but refused to rule it out for the future. Five years ago, the BPI started suing individuals, and took around 150 to court. “It costs a lot of money,” he said during a MIDEM panel session yesterday. “And you can’t scale it to millions of people. There needs to be a process of education.” However, it could be back on the agenda in the future. “There may be some people who will only respond to a law suit. But we prefer education.” Source: Music Week

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