At 6pm on Wednesday 24 March, hundreds of protestors gathered outside parliament to demonstrate against the government's plans to disconnect illegal file sharers from the internet.
The plans are being rushed through parliament before the general election in the Digital Economy Bill.
The protest was organised by the Open Rights Group, and attended by politicians and members of the public who believe that internet access is an essential human right.
V3.co.uk asked the protestors why they are so strongly opposed to the Bill and its disconnection proposals.
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