The six largest ISPs in the UK are to send hundreds of thousands of letters to their customers who have been reported by the BPI to be illegally sharing music over the Internet
The BPI, which represents hundreds of labels, tells Google to pull links to Megaupload and other file-sharing sites. Will this stall Google's music ambitions in Europe?
In a week when the BPI claimed that one in three Brits regularly downloads music illegally, 500,000 people paid for a 17-year-old rock anthem just to annoy Simon Cowell
The court says that Kickass Torrents, H33T, and Fenopy should not be made accessible to the ISPs' customers.
Not content with having more than 95 percent of the U.K. broadband population blocked from using The Pirate Bay, one British music trade association is asking ISPs for more blocks.
The music industry's expensively won blockade of the Pirate Bay hasn't done much to stop Brits from file sharing, according to reports.
The Premier League is bringing a court order to block a pirate site from streaming games illegally.
Virgin Media and the British Polyphonic Industry say they will send "informative" letters of an "informative" nature to broadband customers.
The Pirate Bay reckons it nabbed 12 million more visitors than ever following a UK ruling last week that saw the site banned.
All-time legal music downloads in the UK have just hit 1 billion, led by everyone's favourite heart-weary North Londoner.