City of London Police revealed that the couple are from the Greater Manchester area and the value of the music on just one of the hard drives is estimated to be in excess of £350,000.
The search engine giant has announced that legitimate services such as Spotify and Netflix can now pay to be listed above search results to tempt users away from illegal sites.
The British Phonographic Industry's chief executive has accused the search giant of having a contradictory anti-piracy position.
Indictment says Mr Cleary, already in UK custody for computer-related offences in Britain, was instrumental in a number of attacks.
Customers report that ban came into force overnight, leaving BT the only major telecoms firm still to comply with the court order.
Unlike previous broadband providers to fall in line, the latest two ISPs seem to have complied reluctantly.
It was only a matter of time before consumers leaned more towards digital than physical in the UK's music market.
The company is the latest British broadband provider to force its users to sail away from the popular file-sharing website.