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+ - Leaked letter shows ISPs and government at war->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "A letter sent to the UK's four leading ISPs from the government has made them very cross indeed.

The letter comes from the Department for Education but it sets out a list of demands from Downing Street, with the stated aim of allowing the prime minister to make an announcement shortly. The companies are asked, among other things, for a commitment to fund an "awareness campaign" for parents. They're not particularly happy about promising cash for what the letter concedes is an "unknown campaign" but it's the next item on the menu which is the source of most of their anger."

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