In a statement, the industry group said the latest actions come with a new warning to parents to check what their children are doing online, as they could face financial penalties if their children access illegal material.
The IFPI and its affiliate national bodies have announced nearly 2,000 new legal cases against individuals uploading large amounts of copyrighted music and are extending actions to
Hundreds of people have already paid the price for illegally file-sharing copyrighted material, the group said.
In a development that could be mirrored in other EU countries, thousands of file-sharers in
The ruling follows more than 130 injunctions that have been taken out in
This latest wave of cases, covering actions launched today or brought in recent months, takes the total number of legal actions against uploaders to more than 5,500 in 18 countries outside the