BPI secures landmark deal in battle with illegal file-sharing

Paul Williams

While currently trying to reach a voluntary agreement with ISPs over illegal file-sharing, the recording organisation has managed to persuade Virgin Media to join forces with it on a new education campaign. IIt is expected to be the first of a series of initiatives the body is working on with other ISPs.

As part of the campaign customers whose accounts have been used to distribute illegal music will receive letters from Virgin Media and the BPI laying out practical advice ...

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