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Belgian ISPs ready to work with BEA on blocking pirate websites

Thursday 1 March 2018 | 08:34 CET | News
Belgian ISPs have agreed to work with the entertainment sector to block pirate websites offering illegal downloads. According to a report from L'Echo, the ISPs Voo, Telenet and Proximus and the Belgian Entertainment Association have agreed on a list of sites to block and asked a court for approval.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Proximus / Telenet / Voo
Countries: Belgium
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