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Pirate Bay users who expect instant access to everything are like an online army of annoying Veruca Salts

There are many problems with the High Court’s demand that internet service providers block the file-sharing website Pirate Bay. Five of Britain’s top ISPs have been told to restrict access to Pirate Bay after it was found to have breached copyright laws in its sharing of music and films. The first problem, as many have [...]
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