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June 9, 2009

TalkTalk boss wants education for pirates


by David Allen

Charles Dunstone, CEO of the Carphone Warehouse, has been speaking out about the government’s plans to stop illegal file sharing.

He feels that by introducing speed humps and other traffic measures the government could be causing more trouble to occur later on down the line.

He believes that it is in the nature of computer users to find ways around problems, and banning them from the internet or introducing so called speed humps will only be a temporary road block until the user finds a way around the problem.

According to Dunstone the answer lies in the education of users and making content that these users want available at a reasonable cost, to download in the way that they want.

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