Monday 25 May 2015
UK Police to replace banner ads on piracy sites with copyright warnings
July 29, 2014
British visitors to copyright-infringing websites will start to see warnings from the police in the place of banner adverts for Usenet and VPNs, in the latest phase of Operation Creative.
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