UK Pirate Bay block could be 'easily circumvented'
The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) finally got its will today. According to a ruling by Britain's High Court, UK Internet providers must now block access to Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay. The BBC reports that the BPI had asked British ISPs to voluntarily block access to the site in November 2011. At that time, though, the ISPs said they wouldn't do so unless ordered by a court. That court order has now arrived. Five UK ISPs (Sky, Everything Everywhere, TalkTalk, O2 and Virgin Media) have already announced that they will comply with this order. BT asked the court for more time to consider its position.
A UK High Court order to force ISPs to block access to an online file-sharing site may do little to stop illegal downloads
Tue 1 May 12 from Newscientist
Internet service providers in the UK have been ordered to block the Pirate Bay file-sharing website.
Mon 30 Apr 12 from The Independent
(AP) -- Britain's High Court has ordered the country's Internet service providers to block file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, the U.K.'s main music industry association said Monday.
Mon 30 Apr 12 from Phys.org
The UK High Court ruled last week that several of the country's Internet Service Providers (ISPs) must censor access to The Pirate Bay, following up from a verdict in February saying that ...
Fri 4 May 12 from Techspot
The UK High Court last week ruled that the nation's largest ISPs would have to block subscribers from accessing the notorious BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay. This is part of an effort to ...
Thu 3 May 12 from Geek.com
Thu 3 May 12 from Ubergizmo
High Court to ISPs: Pirate Bay must be blocked, Mon 30 Apr 12 from Ubergizmo
Who is responsible for content on the internet? Claire Perry MP, chair of the Internet Porn Inquiry and Nicholas Lansman of the Internet Service Providers ISP Association, debate the ISP ban ...
Tue 1 May 12 from BBC Technology
The Pirate Bay continues to be the main focus of copyright holders and their associated organizations. They’ve sued them, took them to court and won, and yet still the site is online and ...
Mon 30 Apr 12 from Geek.com
The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) finally got its will today. According to a ruling by Britain's High Court, UK Internet providers must now block access to Swedish file-sharing site The ...
Mon 30 Apr 12 from TechCrunch