The Government wants to amend the Digital Economy Bill, now at the report stage, to counter advances in online piracy in the future. But the House of Lords, lobbied by the ISPA, has objected to the “blanket nature” of the amendment on copyright law, and the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights has argued that the proposals in clause 17 are too wide to be proportionate.

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