Helienne Lindvall’s column in Digital Music News tells us that:
Late last week BSkyB, BT, Virgin Media and three other UK broadband providers were ordered by the high court to block access to the music and movie file-sharing websites Kickass Torrents (KAT), H33T and Fenopy. As the ISPs named in the court order account for about 94 percent of the market, this means these sites will be unavailable to the vast majority of the British population.
Of course, MTP readers will remember Willard’s little friends at H33T:
I guess United Airlines will have to find someplace else to advertise. Do you think this court order might convince them that H33T are bad guys?