As if the UK’s Digital Economy bill wasn’t controversial enough already, now it’s emerged that one of the proposed amendments to the anti-piracy part of the bill “allows for the possibility that subscribers may be asked for a contribution towards the costs of the appeals process” if they’ve been cut off for alleged file-sharing. Apparently any fee would be set at a level to “deter purely mischievous appeals”. Source: TechEye

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