UPC says position unchanged over EMI case

The country’s second biggest broadband provider has issued a statement about a High Court case brought by music companies seeking the blocking of websites.

3rd June, 2013
UPC will defend court case

The country’s second biggest broadband provider has issued a statement about a High Court case brought by music companies seeking the blocking of websites.

The case, brought by EMI, Sony, Warner and Universal against UPC, Vodafone, O2, Imagine, Digiweb and 3, seeks to get a judicial order blocking The Pirate Bay, a website known for swapping music illegally.

“IRMA has sought a court order requiring UPC, Vodafone, O2, Three, Imagine Digiweb to block The...

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