ISPs lose appeal against widening of website blocks

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Court of Appeal upholds extension of ISPs' blocklists
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Court of Appeal upholds extension of ISPs' blocklists

2014 ruling by High Court to block websites over counterfeit goods upheld

Some of the UK's biggest ISPs have lost an appeal against a 2014 ruling by the High Court in London requiring them to extend their blacklists to encompass websites accused of selling counterfeit goods....

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