ISPA Awards 2020 will launch in December.

Find the list of the 2019 ISPA Awads winners here.

ISPA Chair @andrew139g Glover responded to the launch of the @UKLabour manifesto which includes a promise of free broadband to all. Read the full statement at https://t.co/7ruknMpsBX

Regulation

ISPA's main regulatory activity is in making representations on behalf of the industry to Government bodies, such as the Home Office, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Ofcom, through responding to Government consultations and in face to face meetings.

Government and political representatives often approach ISPA for its knowledge and expertise, and access to the relevant industry stakeholders concerned with particular issues.

ISPA's regulatory activity is coordinated through three subgroups which focus on particular issues of ongoing concern to the Membership.

The subgroups are run by Secretariat and chaired by Industry representatives.  Discussion takes place online, and in face-to-face meetings.

The majority of regulatory discussions are facilitated through the three subgroups.  This is an important part of ISPA membership and all members are encouraged to actively participate in the subgroups.

To find out more details about each subgroup, and the current work they are undertaking please visit the appropriate pages. For more information, or to participate in ISPA's regulatory work, contact ISPA Admin.

Broadband, Networks and Consumer subgroup

The ISPA Broadband subgroup is concerned with regulatory areas relating to the provision of broadband services in the UK.

Current issues on the working group’s agenda include tackling barriers to broadband rollout (eg wayleaves, streetworks & New Builds), the Government’s outside-in agenda (including new Rural Gigabit Connectivity voucher) fibre rating, broadband speeds, broadband advertising, alternative dispute resolution and consumer protection matters (eg: automatic compensation).

Content, Safety and  Liability Subgroup

The Content Liability subgroup considers all aspects of liability for third party content.

ISPA has worked closely with non-governmental organisations such as the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), the Government and law enforcement agencies to help promote online safety.

ISPA has contributed significantly to the Home Office Task Force on Child Protection on the Internet, which has worked to make the Internet a safer place for children, and ISPA continues to work closely with the IWF, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre and initiatives such as Get Safe Online.

Cyber Security subgroup

Please contact admin@ispa.org.uk to sign up for those subgroups.

Recent consultation and policy submissions can be found here.  For more information, or to participate in ISPA's regulatory work, contact ISPA Admin.

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