Sky, Virgin and BT amongst them The high court has ordered UK broadband providers to block customer access to three music and movie file-sharing websites. The order was granted to 10 record labels including Universal, EMI and Sony and Universal against six UK ISP's, inclusing BT, Virgin and Sky, making them block three file-sharing websites: KAT, H33T and Fenopy. The sites let customers download the latest movies and music tracks for free through torrents. The action was supported by the Motion Picture Association and by UK TV and film producers trade body Pact. Each of the websites purports to maintain a content removal policy which claims to provide for their removal of copyrighted content from the website upon receipt of a relevant notification. The reality appears to be that these policies are mere window-dressing, said the judgement.