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uk internet scam

4th November, 2015 (5 Comments)

BT has once again tweaked their national telecoms network in order to significantly reduce the time that a phone call connection can be held open (active) after the called party puts their handset down (i.e. such as when you end a voice call), which could make life more difficult for fraudsters.

internet uk spying and monitoring

4th November, 2015 (10 Comments)

The Home Office has published the first draft of its new Investigatory Powers Bill, which marks the third attempt to expand the United Kingdom’s Internet snooping laws by forcing ISPs into logging a bigger slice of everybody’s online activity; irrespective of whether or not you’ve committed a crime.

police united kingdom

4th November, 2015 (0 Comments)

British police have arrested a fourth person, a 16 year old boy from Norwich, in connection with the recent cyber-attack on TalkTalk’s website (here), which resulted in the personal details of 1.2 million broadband ISP customers being stolen by Internet criminals.

bt people uk map

4th November, 2015 (28 Comments)

BT has launched a new salvo in its efforts to defend against calls for them to be split from control of their national telecoms network by highlighting the results of an “independent” study, which found that the operator is responsible for generating £1 in every £80 produced in the United Kingdom.

gimme_fibre_day

4th November, 2015 (48 Comments)

Do you want to see the United Kingdom replacing all of its ageing copper telecoms cable with high-capacity pure fibre optic lines (FTTH/P), which can delivery ultrafast Gigabit broadband speeds? If so then you should probably lend your support to today’s annual Gimme Fibre Day 2015 event.

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