UK election: Conservative win means fight against piracy continues
UK election: Labour proposes ‘long-term’ IP vision
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The Conservative Party has pledged to keep up its efforts to tackle online piracy by requiring internet service providers (ISPs) to block websites that facilitate copyright infringement, should it win the upcoming UK general election.
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Conservative Party; online piracy; Creative Content UK; file-sharing; copyright; 2015 general election