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Court Orders UK Internet Providers To Block Pirate Bay

File-sharing in the United Kingdom just got a little bit more difficult, as the nation's High Court has ordered the country's largest internet providers to completely block access to BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay. Proponents of the ban had argued that the site, where users have posted more than a few links to let users download copyrighted items, was hurting the UK economy by allowing people to get copies of movies and music without paying for them.
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