I wonder if a complaint alleging copyright infringement might get TalkTalk to pull the site?
Why on earth do people have to register on a social network site to get something sorted by an ISP? Surely an email or phonecall is a more professional route. That is what customer services departments are supposed to be for. Mind you, my experiences with TalkTalk on behalf of my sister leads me to believe that TalkTalk have a customer services department in name only!hi All,
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As much as I agree with your situation and the need to get it resolved ASAP, which TalkTalk seems somewhat inept at handling, I would say that the "contravention of UK and European Law" might be stretching it a bit. Consumer web space is normally covered by some fairly strict terms, which often result in you willingly handing control and ownership of any content you upload to the ISP.You are knowingly hosting sites with peoples intellectual property/copyrighted material on without their permission, in direct contravention of UK and European Law on this subject.