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Digital Economy Act 2010

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The Digital Economy Act 2010 is a law passed by the British government. It was introduced to prevent software piracy and to give Ofcom extra power to combat piracy. The law also deals with other things related to technology and television.[1]

Some people have said that the act was not examined well enough before it became law and should be changed to be more fair.[2]

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  1. "Summary of the Digital Economy Act". Archived from the original on 2010-04-17. Retrieved 2010-05-18.
  2. Open Rights Group's comments