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Members of the House of Lords continued the line by line examination of the Digital Economy Bill on 26 January during the fifth day of committee stage
Clauses 10-18 were discussed on issues including: obligations to limit internet access; contents of the code to limit internet access; power to amend copyright provisions; and powers in relation to internet domain registries.
A sixth day of committee stage is scheduled for 3 February.
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