EMI Records Ltd. v. British Sky Broadcasting Ltd., 2013 ILRC 1337 (High Ct. of Justice Chancery Div. 2013) [link].
The UK's main retail ISPs were ordered to take
measures to block or impede their customers' access to three peer-to-peer file-sharing
websites (KAT, H33T and Fenopy) due to infringement. Plaintiffs were record companies. The Court concluded: (i) that UK users of the websites who have
accounts with the Defendants have infringed, and are continuing to infringe, the plaintiffs copyrights by copying the Claimants' sound recordings on a large
scale; (ii) that users of the Websites infringe the plaintiffs' copyrights both by
copying and by communication to the public; and (iii) the operators of the Websites infringe the plaintiffs' copyright. The plaintiffs' application was granted.