Stars including Sir Elton John and The Who rockers Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to take a stand against illegal downloading.
The musicians have joined Queen guitarist Brian May, music mogul Simon Cowell, and British rapper Tinie Tempah in signing a letter to the U.K. leader demanding action.
The rockers insist bosses of internet search engines must do more to police file-sharing websites and crackdown on online piracy.
The letter, sent on Tuesday (24Jul12), also urges British politicians to introduce anti-piracy laws passed in the 2010 Digital Economy Act ahead of its scheduled implementation in 2014.