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banned and forbidden uk internet censorship

11th Mar 2015 (9 Comments)

The practice of using the courts to force broadband ISPs into blocking websites that facilitate copyright infringement (piracy), which in recent years has appeared to descend into an endless game of Whack a Mole, has been expanded to include sites that merely link to a list of proxy servers for piracy sites.

ee uk logo map

11th Mar 2015 (3 Comments)

Customers of EE’s recently launched TV (IPTV) service, which is best taken alongside their fixed line broadband and phone bundles, may be pleased to know that Sky’s popular online TV streaming product NOW TV has been added to the content roster alongside all the usual catch-up TV and Freeview channels.

three uk mobile broadband

11th Mar 2015 (5 Comments)

A new note from Morgan Stanley, the financial management firm, has suggested that one by-product of Three UK’s (Hutchison Whampoa) £10.25bn move to buy O2 from Telefonica is that the new combined business may “ultimately decide to explore an entry into UK fixed-line“.. again.

banned from the internet cross

11th Mar 2015 (4 Comments)

The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) has published an interesting new note that examines Internet anonymity technologies, such as TOR and the so-called “DarkNet” websites (e.g. SilkRoad), which can be used to support freedom of expression by circumventing censorship and yet also act as a tool that is exploitable by trolls, criminals and terrorists.

4g mobile broadband uk wireless lte technology

11th Mar 2015 (0 Comments)

The Swindon Borough Council, which is administratively independent of its parent county in Wiltshire (England), has announced that their Broadband Delivery UK based plan to improve the cover of superfast broadband (24Mbps+) could take a different approach by expanding UK Broadband‘s existing fixed wireless 4G network.

slow broadband speed

11th Mar 2015 (9 Comments)

A new study from uSwitch.com, which is based on data gathered via 1,030,865 consumer Internet speedtests conducted between August 2014 to February 2015, claims to have revealed that the slowest street in the United Kingdom for average broadband download speed is Williamson Road (Kent) at 0.53Mbps, while the fastest was Sandy Lane in Staffordshire on 72.86Mbps.

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