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TalkTalk has become the fourth and latest UK-based ISP to block access to The Pirate Bay website for its customers, following similar moves by Virgin Media, Sky and Everything Everywhere.
A spokesperson for The Pirate Bay claims that the recent decision to block access to the site by six UK ISP operators has actually caused a huge surge in traffic to the site.
The High Court has ruled that all UK Internet Service Providers must block access to The Pirate Bay website, agreeing with record companies that site takes jobs away from the UK.
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