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IFPI Wants ISPs to Filter Content, P2P Programs, and Websites
      


Seeks to  target P2P services considered to be "predominantly  infringing" and sites like The Pirate Bay that "refuse to cooperate with (copy)right holders."
Copyright holders and lobbying organizations seem to be ceaseless these days in their efforts to get ISPs on board in their quest for total global content domination.
They have been particularly busy in the UK and France with calls for outright banishment from the internet of repeated copyright infringing individuals.
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Markus