"Three strikes" rule for illegal downloads will not be in Digital Britain report

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Government says "technical solutions" are preferable

Downloaders will not be subject to a "three strikes" law The government is reported to be moving away from introducing a "three strikes" policy to combat illegal downloaders. Representatives ...

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