Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Apr 2010 19:13 UTC, submitted by aargh
Internet & Networking "The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed into law during the wash-up period, which sees outstanding legislation rushed through before a general election. The most controversial aspects of the bill - which could see persistent illegal file-sharers disconnected from the web and copyright holders given the power to block access to websites hosting illegal content - survived the process."
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by aargh on Mon 12th Apr 2010 21:00 UTC
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by project_2501 on Mon 12th Apr 2010 21:50 in reply to "related article"
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exactly - shows what kind of monkeys they are, making laws about things they don't understand.

I can just see BigMedia saying "don't worry about IP addresses, let me draft the law for you ..."

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