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UK Internet Service Providers Association Launch 2013 ISP Awards

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 (8:55 am) - Score 547

The UK Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) has officially launched the registration process for next year’s 2013 ISP Awards, which will also mark the groups 15th anniversary. This year’s event will include two new categories for Best Superfast Broadband and Best Fixed Wireless Broadband.

As usual all entrants have to submit a written entry form that will be scrutinised alongside the results of the testing by the judges, which is said to comprise “an independent panel of industry experts“. Registrations are being taken until 25th January 2013.

Nicholas Lansman, ISPAs Secretary General, said:

Since the first awards in 1999, the internet has changed beyond recognition and our new categories reflect how The ISPAs have been at the forefront of this ever changing industry. ISPA has been the voice of the internet industry since the first days of dial-up, and the 15th awards allow us to celebrate the latest technological achievements.”

The ceremony announcing the winners is due to take place on 11th July 2013 at the Park Lane Sheraton Hotel in Central London and a shortlist of potential winners typically surfaces during the spring.

For more information go to:
http://www.ispa.org.uk/ispa-awards/

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5 Responses
  1. Bob2002 says:

    I nominate Theresa May (and her snoopers’ charter) for Internet Villain, but I noticed she came out swinging with an interview in The Sun where she stated –

    “People who say they are against this bill need to look victims of serious crime, terrorism and child sex offences in the eye and tell them why they’re not prepared to give the police the powers they need to protect the public.”

    Congratulations to Theresa for managing to crowbar paedophilia and terrorism into a tabloid interview and also neglecting to mention that serious criminals can easily avoid her proposed surveillance.

    1. DTMark says:

      Boris Johnson gets my vote for equating the newsworthiness and role of social media sites such as Twitter with the mainstream Press.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9718041/It-is-the-web-not-the-press-that-must-be-brought-under-control.html

    2. Mark Jackson says:

      I’d pick Theresa May too.

  2. dragoneast says:

    Theresa May makes the mistake of all socialists in thinking that state intervention is the answer to every problem. Like the UK Labour Party is the party for the rich. It’s a funny old world.

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