Pirate Site Blocking is Making its Way Into Free Trade Agreements 

The new free trade agreement between Australia and the UK includes a site blocking paragraph. The text requires the countries to provide injunctive relief to require ISPs to prevent subscribers from accessing pirate sites. While this doesn’t change much for the two countries, rightsholders are already eying similar requirements for trade deals with other nations.

Source: Pirate Site Blocking is Making its Way Into Free Trade Agreements * TorrentFreak

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