Google and Microsoft’s Bing have agreed to crack down on piracy sites in the UK after years of wrangling with film and music rights holders. The tech giants have inked a voluntary code of practice with the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and Motion Picture Association following a series of talks overseen by the UK’s copyright watchdog and steered by the department for culture, media, and sport.
- Read the article: Ars Technica
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Author: Doug Isenberg