People in the UK who go online and illegally download music and films may have their internet access cut under plans the government is considering.
A draft consultation Green Paper suggests internet service providers would be required to take action over users who access pirated material.
Under a "three strikes" rule they would receive an e-mail warning, suspension, and then termination of their contract.
Six million people a year are estimated to download files illegally in the UK.
Music and film companies say that the illegal downloads cost them millions of pounds in lost revenues.
Yeah i too am really glad am not in the uk, i cant imagine internet without downloading the stuff we do! anyway, i sure believe the people in the uk will have a tough time with this project! HANG ON GUYS! ENCRYPTION IS ON ITS WAY!
PS : Staying legal does not mean that u dont do illegal stuff, it just means u dont get caught doing them! ;D
It's... empirically pretty, I suppose, and once I stopped watching the hideous Rent whenever it showed up on cable, my ambivalence toward Idina warmed up again into liking her. So there's no anti-Menzel bias at work here to explain why I
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