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A successful Freedom of Information (FoI) request to the UK government’s Department for Education (DfE) has revealed that broadband ISPs BT and Virgin Media have raised a number of political, technical and legal concerns with proposals to toughen censorship of adult websites and related internet content via new Parental Controls.
Wireless ISP I Love Broadband (LN Communications) has expanded the coverage of its superfast broadband service to include the small market town of Thirsk (Hambleton), which is home to around 5,000 people, with more areas already being planned.
A new trial conducted by independent estate agents Delaney’s in Essex (England, UK) has revealed that houses which were advertised alongside their broadband ISP download speeds were twice as likely to get a viewing request and scored 40% more online web page views in general.