Stand by for news on how the UK government would like to see copyright-infringing websites blocked by ISPs. Minister of State for Business Mark Prisk told the House of Commons this week that proposals are about to be revealed by the government. “We are closely considering the issue around the blocking access, whether to block access to websites that infringe copyright. We will have something to say about that shortly,” he said, according to news site IPtegrity. “But, as I would like to continue to have a positive working relationship with my ministerial colleagues in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, I shall not pre-empt what they are about to say. An announcement is imminent, and I think that it will be welcomed.”

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