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ISPA Comments on today’s Ofcom broadband USO report

In response to today’s Ofcom reports on technical advice in delivering a broadband universal service obligation and its annual Connected Nations report, please find below …

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ISPA responds to Which? report on broadband

In response to the Which? report that came out today on broadband services, James Blessing, Chair of the Internet Services Providers’ Association, made the following …

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2017 ISPA Awards launch: entries open for the best and most innovative Internet companies

The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) is pleased to announce that entries are open for the 2017 ISPA Awards (the ISPAs). The 2017 ISPAs will …

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The Digital Economy Bill should not harm the Digital Economy

As the Digital Economy Bill moves to Report Stage in the House of Commons, ISPA, the voice of the UK Internet industry, believes forcing ISPs …

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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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ISPA responds to increasing ‘fibre tax’

Responding to the new increased rates from the Valuation Office Agency, ISPA Chair James Blessing made the following statement: “ISPA is extremely disappointed that the …

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Internet industry responds to Jeremy Corbyn on broadband

In response to Jeremy Corbyn, who said that the UK had “the slowest and most expensive broadband in the OECD, James Blessing, Chair of the …

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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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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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ISPA comments on broadband USO

In response to today’s publication of Ofcom’s Universal Service Obligation call for inputs, ISPA urges Ofcom to listen to warnings that the USO could lead …

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