UK ISPs discontinue online piracy warning letters

Monday 22 July 2019 | 14:01 CET | News
UK ISPs have stopped sending warning letters to customers illegally sharing content over BitTorrent sites. The site Torrentfreak reports that the audiovisual industry has stopped employing the letters in favour of more general awareness campaigns against online piracy.

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