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Submission + - Pirates 'ignore' warning letters (bbc.co.uk)

Daemonax writes: The BBC reports that legal firm 'Wiggin' (no relation to Ender) have released their findings from a survey conduct with 1,500 UK consumers on how likely they are to continue 'piracy' after certain measures are taken. They found that 33% would stop if they received a letter from their ISP and 80% would stop if the letter were followed by actions such as cutting their internet connection. One does have to wonder how the remaining 20% would keep going with their internet connection cut. That their numbers are not based upon data gathered from real tests who would take this seriously?
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Pirates 'ignore' warning letters

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