Digital Economy Act delayed yet again

Tom Pakinkis

The first letters of warning sent to internet users suspected of piracy under the Digital Economy Act won’t be sent until the latter half of 2015, the Government has confirmed.

It’s the latest in a number of delays for the implementation of the DEA, which came into effect in 2010.

The Department of Culture, Media and Sport outlined a lengthy wait for DEA action last year, with three-strikes letters not expected until 2014, but it was revealed in February this ...

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