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Website blocking procedures to be removed from the DEA

The UK Government is to abolish sections 17 and 18 of the Digital Economy Act (DEA), said the Department for Culture Media and Sport on 26 June, following a report by Ofcom which found that the site blocking measures would be too unpredictable, costly and slow to be any more effective than existing copyright laws.

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