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internet politics

10th July, 2012 (2 Comments)

Significant chunks of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which threatened to make broadband ISPs more liable for the content they deliver but has since been dramatically rejected by the European Parliament (EP), have been found inside a leak of the new Canada-EU Trade Agreement (CETA). Here we go again?

satellite dish eutelsat

10th July, 2012 (1 Comment)

Last week saw satellite ISP Tooway Direct become the first UK reseller to adopt Eutelsat’s new range of faster and more flexible 18Mbps capable broadband packages via the KA-SAT spacecraft (here), which is targeted at rural communities. Now several more ISPs have updated their packages but many continue to conceal the usage policy (FAP).

claranet uk isp

10th July, 2012 (1 Comment)

Internet provider Claranet has today announced the launch of a new security service called Childsafe that, much like TalkTalk’s rival HomeSafe solution, aims to give families on its broadband packages access to an opt-in, network-level filtering service that restricts access to more than just websites.

bt wholesale uk

10th July, 2012 (2 Comments)

BTWholesale has advised that consumers whom attempt to switch their broadband service from a Sub-Loop Unbundling (SLU) based ISP to a Shared Unbundled (LLU SMPF) provider are currently “being rejected” because of a fault, which forces the end-user to cease the service instead.

fluidata uk business isp

10th July, 2012 (0 Comments)

Business ISP Fluidata reports that last week’s annual Wimbledon tennis tournament in London (England) caused the highest increase in office internet traffic witnessed on their broadband network for any sporting event over the past three years, mostly as a result of video streaming (e.g. iPlayer) by day workers.

aaisp uk

10th July, 2012 (12 Comments)

Bracknell-based ISP Andrews & Arnold (AAISP) has this week claimed to be the first UK provider to trial BT’s new FTTC based Etherway service, which combines the low cost of Fibre-to-the-Cabinet technology with the “simplicity, high reliability and performance” of Ethernet for a more affordable and faster business broadband product.

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