On 24 March, hundreds of protestors gathered outside parliament to demonstrate against the government's plans to disconnect illegal file sharers from the internet.
The protest was organised by the Open Rights Group (ORG), and attended by politicians and members of the public who believe that internet access is an essential human right.
Tom Watson, Labour MP for West Bromwich East, said at the event that he was concerned by the lack of scrutiny given to the copyright proposals.
V3.co.uk spoke to Watson and ORG chief executive, Jim Killock, about what they hope to achieve from the protest.
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