The controversial Digital Economy Act will go through judicial review, with ISPs BT and TalkTalk mounting a legal challenge that could see it overturned.
The new UK government has no plans to repeal the unpopular Digital Economy Act, according to the new Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.
There's a new man at Number 10 Downing Street. His name is David Cameron. He is promising to make lots of changes to how the UK is run. One of which might well see the controversial Digital Economy Act scrapped.
Riding high on a wave of good publicity from the leaders debate, the Liberal Democrats' Nick Clegg has stated that he wants the Digital Economy Act repealed and issues debated by a full parliament.
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Criticisms for the controversial Digital Economy Act are still piling in, with O2 accusing the newly created law of being a 'red herring'
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has made its final pass through the House of Lords and into Law after being granted Royal Assent.
Google has hit out at the Digital Economy Bill, with specific criticism for the highly criticised Clause 8 which involves blocking sites.
Gary MarshallIf we've learnt one thing from the Digital Economy Bill fiasco, it's that you should never underestimate the idiocy and venality of politicians