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The UK government has told the Internet industry to come to an agreement with media companies over how to deal with filesharing. This has prompted some debate in the technology media, as to the rights and wrongs of ISPs being told to police their networks (but sadly little debate outside the technology pages).

Read The Guardian's account here.

Read The Register's incisive and different viewpoint here.

And Silicon.com's view is here.

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