It's a shame the BBC has nor real factual reporters anymore but seems to rely on handouts from the copyright mafia but here's the story.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30234790
The High Court has ordered the biggest batch yet of piracy websites to be blocked.
The latest rulings cover 53 services in total and apply to the country's six leading net providers.
It brings the tally of blocked sites providing access to copyright-infringing content to 93 since the first restrictions began in 2012.
But one expert warned that workarounds and alternatives would probably mean users continued to break the law.
It must be stressed that every case has been uncontested in this current round of court order requests and thus the judge didn't in fact have anything to "rule on " as the BBC falsely claims, but instead got his clerk to rubber stamp the paperwork, should anyone have stepped forward to contest the order based on what exact material the studios claim they own thats stored on any torrent site it's very unlikely to have been granted but its well known that overseas website operators are unlikely to fly to rainy and cold London simply to waste time paying lawyers when the actual blocking methods are pretty much useless anyway.
One day the copyright mafia will learn that they cant fight human nature nor control everyones creative output , we all share and that's a part of humanity they cant monetize trivially.