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The BBC has reported that internet service providers (ISPs) in the UK will soon start sending “educational letters” to internet users thought to be downloading illegal content in an effort to combat online piracy.
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ISPs, online piracy, copyright infringement, Voluntary Copyright Alert Programme, educational letters