Following on from this News yesterday :
Anger at UK file-sharing policy
Internet service providers (ISPs) have reacted with anger to new proposals on how to tackle internet piracy.
The government is proposing a tougher stance which would include cutting off repeat offenders from the net.
UK ISP Talk Talk said the recommendations were likely to "breach fundamental rights" and would not work.
Virgin said that "persuasion not coercion" was key in the fight to crack down on the estimated six million file-sharers in the UK.
TalkTalk's director of regulation Andrew Heaney told the BBC News the ISP was as keen as anyone to clamp down on illegal file-sharers.
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