Piracy warning letters to be sent in new partnership between rights-holders and ISPs

Tom Pakinkis

Consumers found to be downloading copyright-infringing content will be sent warning letters as part of a new initiative between ISPs and content creators.

Representatives from the UK's creative industries and major internet service providers ISPs have come together with the support of government to launch Creative Content UK, a new partnership that will boost consumer awareness of the wide array of legitimate online content services and help reduce online copyright infringement.

Before Spring 2015, the initiative will see the launch ...

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