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LSE calls for UK government to ditch DEA and embrace ‘inclusive online sharing’

Expect arguments about the London School of Economics' latest report.
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UK’s first DEA warning letters won’t be sent out until late 2015

There's been another delay in the estimated launch date of the British government's anti-piracy notifications campaign.
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Ofcom draft code reveals 2014 date for first warning letters

British ISPs will send the first notification letters out to customers accused of illegal filesharing in 2014, after UK regulator Ofcom finally released its draft obligations code outlining how the anti-piracy elements of...
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First DEA warning letters may not go out until 2014

The UK's Digital Economy Act was passed in 2010, but it seems the first warning letters for people accused of illegal filesharing may not be sent out until... 2014?
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BT granted permission to appeal against DEA judicial review

In April, UK ISPs BT and TalkTalk lost all but one of their complaints against the Digital Economy Act, in a High Court ruling. Was that the end of the story? Nope. The ISPs have now been granted permission to appeal that...
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BT and TalkTalk refused permission to appeal against DEA defeat

UK ISPs BT and TalkTalk have been denied the chance to appeal against their recent defeat in a legal challenge to the Digital Economy Act. "I can confirm that we've been refused permission to appeal the JR [judicial review]...
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BT and TalkTalk to challenge defeat over Digital Economy Act

The courtroom wrestling over the UK's Digital Economy Act ain't over just yet. ISPs BT and TalkTalk have announced plans to appeal last month's High Court ruling against their challenge to the legislation.
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UK government considering voluntary site-blocking system for ISPs

UK communications minister Ed Vaizey continues to try to build bridges between rightsholders and ISPs, with his latest effort the suggestion for a system that would see ISPs voluntarily blocking sites facilitating online...
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BT and TalkTalk granted judicial review of UK’s Digital Economy Act

Breaking News: UK ISPs BT and TalkTalk have been granted a judicial review of the Digital Economy Act by the High Court, following a challenge mounted earlier this year.Details are still filtering out, but from tweets coming...
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Music Ally Report : Speculate to accumulate – mass lawsuits & P2P

- Mass lawsuits and P2P - Windows phone 7 - outlook - Rip it up and start again - Country profile: Portugal - Comment: Jan Nordlund of PlusFourSix
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Music Ally Report :: Counting the cost of the DEA

- Counting the costs of the DEA - Unlicensed to Thrill - Dispersing the meta-fog part 1 - Market profile: Germany - Comment: Will Page & Steffan Wicker, Simfy
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Study claims 44% of pirates would pay for music

The debate around the UK's Digital Economy Act has been muddied further by new research from Wiggin and Entertainment Media Research, claiming that 44% of people using pirate sites would be willing to pay "a small fee" every...