The movement demanding ISP's to shut off P2P abusers is gathering momentum worldwide. But that doesn't mean that ISP owners are going to comply. The head of Britain's 3rd most popular ISP Talk Talk has said he won't go along with the request of British labels and trade group BPI.
"We are the conduit that gives users access to the internet. We do not control the internet, nor do we control what our users do on the internet." the ISP's Charles Dunston told the BBC. "I cannot foresee any circumstances in which we would voluntarily disconnect a customer's account on the basis of a third party alleging a wrongdoing."