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February Newsletter

ISPA calls for Government to prioritise removing barriers to broadband rollout In our response to the Government Call for Evidence on Extending Local Full Fibre …

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December Newsletter

100 delegates and 30 speakers discuss the future of the Internet industry at the 2016 ISPA Conference Over 100 delegates attended the 2016 ISPA Conference at …

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November Newsletter

ISPA Conference – final early bird tickets remaining There is now less than one month to go until the ISPA Conference on 24 November at K&L …

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Internet industry supports new cyber security strategy

Government is right to prioritise and invest more in cyber security as our economy and society fundamentally relies on digital services and as threats continue …

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October Newsletter

2016 ISPA Conference: Last chance for early bird tickets The 2016 ISPA Conference is happening on the 24th November and early bird tickets are running out, …

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ISPs call for law enforcement and Government to raise their game on cyber security

Better law enforcement training and coordination of cyber security and support for a Government-backed awareness campaign are two key findings of an ISP cyber security …

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September Newsletter

The 2016 Annual Conference: early bird tickets on sale  We are pleased to announce that the 2016 ISPA Conference Enabling opportunity through the digital economy …

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ISPA responds to Jeremy Corbyn’s Digital Democracy Manifesto

ISPA is pleased that the Leader of the Opposition recognises the incredible power of the Internet and the important and positive role it can play …

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August Newsletter

Leading providers celebrate at the 2016 ISPA Awards The 18th Annual UK Internet Industry Awards, the ISPAs, took place at a gala ceremony in the …

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ISPA rejects MPs support for a new broadband levy

The UK as a whole currently has good connectivity, with speeds increasing each year, low prices, investment from our members and a variety of technology …

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