Here's a quote:
"Six of the UK's biggest net providers are believed to be backing a government plan to tackle music piracy online.
The plan commits the firms to working towards a "significant reduction" in the illegal sharing of music.
The first stage of the campaign will involve hundreds of thousands of letters being sent to net users suspected of illegally sharing music. "
The BPI has called for a "three-strikes" system which would see net connections of persistent pirates terminated if three warnings went ignored.
Here's the 6 ISP's:
First it starts with music, then no doubt onto films. Whats the general opinion on file sharers and on ISP's looking and checking what you are downloading?
Its an argument that will never end the music and movie companies complain of piracy keeping products high with consumers complaining that if the product wasnt high there would be no piracy.
Personally I do not like the idea of a 3 strikes rule and more 'control' going out of our hands in terms of been monitored. However I think it is a problem that the industry will never solve.