Spain implements web site shutdown law

THE FRESHLY INSTALLED Spanish government has put into force the sort of law that copyright holders pray for, a no holds barred bad web site shutdown act.

Torrentfreak reports that the government of Spain has fully implemented the law, called the Sinde Law, explaining that web sites can now be shut down or blocked by ISPs just ten days after a rightsholder complains.
http://m.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2134786/spain-implements-web-site-shutdown-law

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