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Piracy

+ - Suspected internet pirates will have 20 working days to appeal->

Submitted by Dupple
Dupple (1016592) writes "Suspected internet pirates will have 20 working days to appeal against allegations of copyright infringement and must pay £20 to do so, according to revised plans to enforce the UK's Digital Economy Act.

The details are contained in secondary legislation presented to Parliament and a draft code published by Ofcom."

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Suspected internet pirates will have 20 working days to appeal

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