I heartily recommend everyone else do something similar with their MP.
Dear Andrew Smith,
Following on from our contact in March this year regarding the Digital Economy Bill (now Act), it transpires  that consumers - via ISPs - will be expected to prop up the business model  of a devious, manipulative, and profiteering music industry .
Asides from the insult to democracy that was this ridiculous Bill's journey to an Act , I find the plan of spending money on bureaucracy and lawyers for no public benefit utterly disgusting, and expect you to work toward the repeal of sections 11-18 of the DEA.
Unfortunately your previous responses have given me no confidence that you have any understanding of the damaging results the DEA will have for individuals  and the information economy - I hope that you will read the referenced articles, and further hope for an enlightened response...
 a shocking lack of understand was demonstrated. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2010/apr/08/digital-economy-bill-passes-third-readinging
 e.g. http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/apr/12/digital-economy-bill-households-piracy
Wednesday, 15 September 2010
Here's what I just emailed to my MP: