UK law firm Wiggin has released its annual digital entertainment survey, which questioned 1,750 ‘digitally active’ consumers. It found that 62% agreed that it’s right to suspend the internet connections of persistent online copyright infringers, while 62% also agreed that more should be done to blog piracy sites. However, according to The Register’s write-up, 61% prefer site-blocking to action against individual infringers. Respondents who ‘fessed up to being regular or occasional pirates themselves were also quizzed on whether they would pay a small monthly fee to continue to use their favourite (currently unlicensed/illegal) service, and 48% said they would. That said, only 13% of respondents said they download music from unlicensed sources, with 5% doing that regularly.Read more:

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