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banned and forbidden uk internet censorship

30th January, 2018 (3 Comments)

Two broadband providers, BT and sibling EE, have today gone to the Supreme Court in London to appeal two key aspects of an earlier ruling, which forced major UK ISPs to start blocking websites that were found to sell counterfeit goods (i.e. abuse of Trade Mark).

wales uk map broadband dragon

30th January, 2018 (19 Comments)

As expected the Welsh Government has this afternoon set out the first tentative details of their new strategy to help make “fast reliable broadband” (defined as 30Mbps+) available to “every property” in Wales, which will involve several contracts (3 lots) and could cover 88,000 premises.

world internet connectivity

30th January, 2018 (0 Comments)

The total number of world fixed broadband subscribers grew by 2.38% in Q3 2017 and now stands at 913.3 Million (up by nearly 70 million over the past year). Meanwhile the number of copper lines (ADSL etc.) fell by 6.3% over the past year and “full fibre” FTTH/P connections increased by 30.4%.

spying on uk ISP internet traffic

30th January, 2018 (0 Comments)

The Court of Appeal has today dealt a blow to the UK Government’s internet snooping ambitions. The ruling effectively finds it unlawful to collect the nation’s internet activity and phone records, while letting public bodies grant themselves access to these personal details with no suspicion of serious crime.

giffgaff_5g_prediction

30th January, 2018 (11 Comments)

Mobile operator giffgaff, which harnesses O2’s Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) platform, has predicted that the future rollout of 5G services within the UK could push their average monthly data usage per user (SIM) from 3.95GB (GigaByes) in 2017 to 98.34GB by 2025.

nokia_reefshark

30th January, 2018 (3 Comments)

Telecoms operator BT has said that they expect “huge network performance improvements” after choosing to adopt Nokia’s new ReefShark chipsets into EE’s UK mobile network, which they hope will enable their network to “unleash the full potential” of future 5G technology.

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