|Help us decide the 2014 Internet Hero and Internet Villain
ISPA has called for help in deciding who should be crowned Internet Hero and Internet Villain at this year’s ISPA Awards, rewarding those who have helped or hindered the internet industry. Last year saw Communications Data dominate the shortlists, with Dr Julian Huppert MP beating Edward Snowden to win Internet Hero and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan crowned villain, seeing off the Home Secretary, Rt Hon Theresa May MP. This has been a busy year with the internet industry facing many challenges. In Europe, net neutrality and data retention have seen major debates, and in the UK, parental controls, free-speech and broadband have kept ISPA busy. If you have a person or organisation you’d like to see nominated, for either award, you can submit ideas to us via twitter (@ISPAUK), using the hashtag #InternetHero or #InternetVillain. You can also email in any ideas on email@example.com. These awards are supported by fulfilment experts NetLynk Direct.