Plug pulled on suspected British pirates

Web users suspected of file-sharing are being cut off without warning by internet service provider (ISP) Karoo, based in Hull.Karoo, the only ISP in the area, makes customers sign a document promising not to repeat the offence in order to get their service restored.Some customers have had their accounts suspended for more than two years.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8166640.stmAlso see:British ISP pulls the plug on illegal filesharers
Internet users in Hull risk having their connection cut if they illegally share files, under a controversial “three strikes and out policy” operated by the only internet service provider in the area.Karoo, the north-eastern city’s only ISP, serving 90,000 customers, has in recent years, with little national publicity, been cutting users’ internet connection immediately and without warning if they were found to be in breach of copyright.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/jul/24/hull-isp-pulls-plug-filesharers

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