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The UK’s two main music organisations have bemoaned Lord Carter’s coy, cumbersome, interim Digital Britain for encouraging them to “sue cons…

The UK’s two main music organisations have bemoaned Lord Carter’s coy, cumbersome, interim Digital Britain for encouraging them to “sue consumers”. The report doesn’t actually make that recommendation in so many words (see our summary and P2P breakdown), but a vacuum left on enforcing customer warnings is causing concern. And the criticism doesn’t stop there…

Feargal Sharkey, CEO, UK Music: “We do not believe that the form of intervention proposed by today

  1. The Open Rights Group are worried that the voice of consumers and citizens is being marginalised by the report.
    http://www.openrightsgroup.org/2009/01/29/digital-britain-leaving-consumers-out-of-the-picture/

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