by Mike Masnick
Tue, May 18th 2010 6:01pm
UK's telco regulator Ofcom has apparently decided that the Digital Economy Act's provisions on suspending accounts of those accused of file sharing will only apply to wireline ISPs who have 400,000+ customers. I would imagine that this might create a bit of a boom in business for smaller ISPs -- though, that could be self-defeating if too many customers switch and push any particular smaller ISP over that 400,000 mark...
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