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13th Mar 2014 (3 Comments)

The United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office is investigating a potentially serious data security blunder with BT Mail, which is an Internet email service delivered by Openwave Messaging (formerly Critical Path), after a whistle-blower warned that the service “exposed user credentials en masse“.

13th Mar 2014 (6 Comments)

The British Labour Party appears to be starting its fight for the 2015 General Election early by launching a Digital Government review, which among other things will aim to update the relevant parts of their 2009 Digital Britain report that helped begin the national broadband roll-out strategy. But will broadband even play a part?

13th Mar 2014 (2 Comments)

Cable provider Virgin Media has launched its new-ish online storage service, which will enable their new and existing broadband subscribers in the United Kingdom to store and protect up to 500GB (GigaBytes) of content from almost any device. On the flip side their old service and all your files will soon be gone.

13th Mar 2014 (3 Comments)

Mobile operator EE has announced that their customers in the United Kingdom will now also be able to benefit from “superfast” 4G (LTE) based Mobile Broadband connectivity when roaming around France and Spain, which will be offered at no extra cost over their existing charges. More countries to follow.

13th Mar 2014 (3 Comments)

RootMetrics has today published their H2 2013 Rootscore Report, which uses data collected from 840,000 network and speed tests conducted across the United Kingdom to reveal which mobile operator is best for Internet access, calls and texting. Suffice to say that EE topped the table in all respects, while Vodafone was almost always at the bottom.

13th Mar 2014 (3 Comments)

The UK Internet Service Providers Association has called for changes to the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process that could address the problem of “vexatious” consumer complaints and, in relation to that, situations where broadband ISPs pay hundreds of pounds in ADR fees despite winning their case.

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