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The UK’s record industry trade body the BPI has secured a new court order forcing UK Internet Service Providers to block a further 21 file-sharing websites. The BPI’s original action was against The Pirate Bay last year: The BPI’s Geoff Taylor said that the organisation had attempted to work with the sites newly added to the UK internet blacklist, but all had refused. He said in a statement: “We asked the sites to stop infringing copyright but unfortunately they did not and we were left with little choice but to apply to the court”. The full list of newly blocked sites is as follows: Abmp3. BeeMP3, Bomb-Mp3, FileCrop, FilesTube, Mp3Juices, eMp3World, Mp3lemon, Mp3Raid, Mp3skull, NewAlbumReleases, Rapidlibrary., 1337x, BitSnoop, ExtraTorrent, Monova, TorrentCrazy, TorrentDownloads, TorrentHound, Torrentreactor and Torrentz