Newzbin, the site that links to copyright infringing content, is now blocked by BT. But Newzbin says the block isn't working.
Major movie studios are seeking an injunction against BT that would force the ISP to block its customers from visiting filesharing website Newzbin.
The U.K. government is to repeal two sections of a key antipiracy law that would have allowed it to block Web sites by court order, after copyright holders beat them to it.
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A High Court judge has ordered BT to block its customers from accessing filesharing site Newzbin, following pressure from Hollywood movie studios.
The movie industry is demanding the ban on Newzbin be extended to all the big Internet service providers.
The UK culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has said the government wants sites like Google to block copyright-infringing sites from search results.
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