Britain moves online, leaves behind accused infringers

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has announced that 100 percent of all future tax-filing will take place online, as will a number of other vital government services and functions.
British Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is planning to disconnect entire households from the Internet if anyone living under that roof is accused (without proof) of copyright infringement.
Does this mean that accusations of copyright infringement in the UK will always be accompanied by a subsequent conviction for tax-evasion?