Pirate Party Speaks Out Against UK Decision to Ban More Sites

Posted: 01 Mar 2013 07:28 AM PST

Pirate Party states High Court’s decision forcing ISPs to ban pirating sites will not have any affect on the music industry’s sales. A recent decision made by the UK High Court is forcing the largest UK broadband providers to ban more sites at the request of the music industry. This ban will effectively cut off internet access to three sites: Kickass Torrents, H33t and Fenopy. This ban comes a year later after the High Court ruled in favor of the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) against large file service the Pirate Bay. The court order accounts for around 94 percent of the UK’s broadband market and includes 6 leading internet providers such as BSkyB, BT, Virgin Media and three other ISPs.

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