Taiwan backs off plan to block sites violating copyright laws
Taipei, June 3 (CNA) Taiwan's authorities in charge of intellectual property protection have decided to give up a plan to block overseas Internet services that violate copyright laws amid opposition to the plan from free-speech advocates.
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