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The Creative Content UK program was announced by the U.K. government in July 2014. It is an agreement between rights holders and ISPs to forward "educational notices" to internet users whose accounts are being used for online copyright infringement. Creative Content UK is part of a campaign to inform and educate the public about copyright issues and the notices will focus on educating consumers about how they can access legitimate content. The campaign is partly funded by the United Kingdom Government.

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