BBC News - Streets with UK's slowest and fastest broadband named https://t.co/aNtZozZve6

Coverage Archive

2013 Continued

October

ISPA welcomes growth in the broadband market

Comms Dealer

The web lacks any morals, says head of internet giant TalkTalk

Daily Mail

Why superfast broadband is catching on super-slowly

NextGen 2013: Live coverage from Wembley

 

 

August

Ofcom Proposes Easier Broadband Switching

Tech Week Europe

Broadband upload speeds stutter at 1.8Mbps but industry insists fibre will solve issue

V3

 

July

No porn please – we’re British

ITWire

Porn block: David Cameron's plans should not rely on filtering technology

v3

ISPs: Relax. Blocking smut online WON'T really work

Register

Porn blocking: how the ISPs will filter content

PCPro

Child Internet Safety and Censorship Measures Unveiled for UK ISPs

ISP Review

UK porn filter: 5 reasons it won’t work

Trusted Reviews

ISPs agree to activate pornography filters by default in Ofcom-overseen scheme

Out-Law

Leaked letter: UK government strong-arming ISPs

ZDNet

Julian Huppert beats Nick Clegg to Internet Hero of the year

Telegraph

Internet Villain face-off: Spy queen Theresa May v Twit-hate Turkish PM

The Register

ISPA award lined up for Julian Huppert MP

The Inquirer

Huppert beats Clegg and Snowden to web award

Digital Politico

Clegg beaten by fellow Lib Dem in internet hero award

Recombu

Huppert hero but turkey stuffed

Trefor.net

ISPA Reveal the WINNERS of its 2013 UK ISP Internet Industry Awards

ISP Review

Sky named best consumer broadband provider by ISPA

uSwitch

KC wins ISPA's internet safety award

Broadband Choice

ISPA Honors Telappliant with 'Best Internet Telephony Provider' Award

SIP Trunking

Nick Clegg nominated for Internet Hero award, Theresa May a villain

Recombu

Ofcom to change superfast broadband contracts and switchover costs

v3

Our last, best, hope?

Index on Censorship

Web porn: Just how much is there?

BBC

ISPs reiterate "active choice" stance on adult web content

ITPro

 

June

ISPs criticise plan to make users opt in for porn

BBC News

Google this: porn is bad for our children

Telegraph

Children to be warned about porn in computer lessons

BBC

UK internet providers reject default porn filters

BBC

ISPs criticise plan to make users opt in for porn

BBC

Child Abuse Online: Web Firms Attend Talks

Sky News

Child Abuse Online: Web Firms Attend Talks

LBC

Google Urged To Block Abusive Online Porn

TechWeek Europe

ISPs to rollout default porn blocks by 2014, reveals MP

ITPro

Google reiterates "zero-tolerance" stance to child pornography in search results

ITPro

Online porn: animals have more rights than women, campaigners say

Telegraph

UK piracy warning letters delayed until 2015

BBC

UK piracy warning letters postponed until 2015

Digital Spy

Premier League seeks ISP site block in piracy swoop

BBC

Prism scandal: Agency to reveal US links 'shortly' after claims that thousands of Britons may have been spied on by GCHQ

Independent

Nick Clegg on ISPA's Internet Hero shortlist for 2013

uSwitch

Nick Clegg nominated for Internet Hero award, Theresa May a villain

Recombu

PRISM makes it onto the ISPA’s internet villains list

The Inquirer

Nick Clegg and Julian Huppert are Internet heroes

Lib Dem Voice

KC Lightstream fibre broadband service up for ISPA award

Fibrebroadband.co.uk

Digital Economy Act delayed yet again

MusicWeek

Sky, BT, Virgin to offer network-level filtering in 2013

Telecom Paper

UK telcos chuck another £1m at online child abuse watchdog

The Register

The porn summit: Internet firms confronted by ministers

Politics.co.uk

Broadband providers criticise opt-in online porn

Broadband Choices

Government Pressures Tech Firms To Censor More ‘Harmful’ Sites

TechWeek Europe

All major UK ISPs prepping network-level porn 'n' violence filters

The Register

Ofcom to change superfast broadband contracts and switchover costs

V3

 

May

Investigators focus on the use of online child abuse images by killers

Guardian

Google reiterates "zero-tolerance" stance to child pornography in search results

ITPro

Google Urged To Block Abusive Online Porn

TechWeek Europe

Sky, BT, Virgin to offer network-level filtering in 2013

Telecompaper

ISPs offer network-level porn filters to dodge "regulatory threats"

PC Pro

ISPA UK Seeks Nominations for the 2013 Internet Hero and Villain Awards

ISP Review

Time to nominate the Internet Hero and Villain for 2013

thinkbroadband

ISPA seeks nominations for internet heroes and villains

uSwitch

15th ISPA Awards shortlist announced

thinkbroadband

ISPA Reveal Finalists for its 2013 UK Internet Industry Awards

ISP Review

Plusnet and Sky among 2013 ISPA Award nominees

uSwitch

VI.NET Shortlisted For The ISPA Awards In Best SME Business Hosting & Managed Service Innovation Categories

Hoster Review

Datapipe Named Finalist in UK ISPA Awards

Yahoo Finance

ISPA seeks nominations for internet heroes and villains

uSwitch

IWF finalist in 2013 ISPA Awards

IWFOnline Compass nominated for an ISPA AwardUK Safer Internet Centre

Zen Internet is finalist in three ISPA Awards

Zen Internet

StratoGen Shortlisted For 3rd Consecutive Year At Prestigious ISPA Awards

Stratogen

4D shortlisted for Best Large Business Hosting and Best SME Business Hosting

4D Data Centre

Gradwell shortlisted for ‘Best Internet Telephony’ in ISPA Awards

Gradwell

Telappliant shortlisted for 'Best Internet Telephony' category in the 2013 Internet Services Providers' Association Awards

Telappliant

 

April

'Snooper's charter': Clegg kills off Tory hopes of deal on rewritten plan

The Guardian

Is UK web snooping bill dead in the water?

Thinkbroadband

ISPA seeks Communications Data Bill clarity from govt

TelecomPaper

Death of snoopers’ charter is cautiously welcomed

The Inquirer

Nick Clegg: 'No snooping bill on my watch'

Broadband Choices

Deputy PM Nick Clegg Hints UK ISP Internet Snooping Bill is Dead

ISP Review

Freedom groups press ISPs on snoopers’ charter

The Inquirer

ISPs In ‘Conspiracy Of Silence’ With Government On Snooper’s Charter

TechWeek Europe

Cyber security solutions to grow by 18% in next five years: IDC

TelecomTiger

 

March

Was 'the biggest cyberattack in history' all just a PR stunt?

Guardian

Sceptics Dispute Claims Of Massive DDoS Attack Slowing Down The Internet

Huffington post

One of the internet's biggest-ever cyber-attacks affects millions online

Daily Express

Internet slows down after DNS attack

Guardian

ISPA Voting Opens for the Best UK ISP Customer Choice Award 2013

ISP Review

 

February

World at One (link removed by BBC)

 

January

UPD ISPs React to the Dangers of Adopting IPv4 Internet Address Sharing

ISP Review

German radio report on Communications Data Bill

Deutsche Welle English Service

'Online sex abuse of children is growing trend', warn Brit net cops

Register

 

2012

December

Privacy groups back calls for "Snooper's Charter" rethink

ITPro

UK Internet Service Providers Association Launch 2013 ISP Awards

ISP Review

Ministers step back from online pornography legislation

Guardian

UPD4 Joint Government Committee Scalds Draft UK Internet Snooping Law

ISP Review

UK.gov backs away from ISP level filtering plan to protect kids

Register

Government Rejects Porn Blocking By Default But Demands More From ISPs

TechWeek Europe

 

November

UK ISPs Welcome Broadband Funding Approval But Seek More Competition

ISP Review

Telcos react coldly to renewed UK.gov smut-censoring push

Register

 

September

On twitter we made over 26916 expressions in September, mainly covering our evidence to the Joint Committee on Communications and our response to the Draft Communications Data bill.

Should ISP's block access to inappropriate content?

BBC (vide0)

Rural communities across the UK 'at risk' without access to broadband.

BBC (video)

Further criticism of the Draft Communications Data Bill.

Computer World UK

ISPA opposes the idea of a £2 levy on broadband connections to subsidise print journalism.

uSwitch

Government publishes written evidence given by ISPA on the draft bill.

ISP Review

US government accused of stealing personal data illegally, according to whistleblower.

Computer Weekly

New Culture Secretary Maria Miller believes users and parents are the best judges of what is safe online.

Computer Active

Twitter adds their voice to concern over the Draft Communications Data Bill.

Out Law

Julian Huppert tells the Liberal Democrat conference the Draft Communications Data Bill will be considerably revised by the committee.

Recombu

August

4G could bring VoIP to rural businesses

ihotdesk

Plans for ISPs to block porn

Computeractive

Everything Everywhere given the go-ahead to launch 4G services

Women in Technology

4G for rural home workers?

CMI

4G internet could solve broadband speed problem in rural areas, says expert

Women in Technology

Rural communities could enjoy fast broadband via 4G

BCS

UK's Rural Communities About to Experience Upgraded VoIP

VoIP Biz News

ISPA: Community action needed for faster rural broadband

Uswitch broadband

ISPA questions new Bill

Comms Business Magazine

ISPA warns of confusion over future broadband speeds

Cable.co.uk

Progress is being made to support rural VoIP users with broadband upgrades

Telappliant

July

ISPA's Trefor Davies plays down Olympic bandwidth fears

Cable.co.uk

UK ISPA gets 7 new members

Telecom Paper

Broadband trade association ISPA welcomes 6 new members

uSwitch broadband

Six New ISPs Join the UK Internet Services Providers Association ISPA

ISPreview

UK infrastructure is ideal for VoIP use

Telappliant

ISPA's Trefor Davies says FTTC will boost average broadband speed

Cable.co.uk

UK ISP says block on The Pirate Bay file-sharing site proving ineffective

Computer Weekly

Views sought on Government's 'communications data' surveillance plans

Out-Law.com

UK does U-turn over Olympic broadband squeeze

Zdnet

Information about individuals' communications can be passed on to foreign law enforcers, Home Office minister says

Out-Law.com

ISPA welcomes govt consultation on parental controls

uSwitch

June

DfE ponders how to handle online adult content blocks

Broadband Watcher

Government Opens Consultation Over Default Porn Block

TechWeekEurope

Ministers consult public on 'opt in for smut' plans

The Register

Govt to eclipse broadband funding with online snooping plan

Cable.co.uk

Ditch the draft Communications Bill now

V3.co.uk

Opposition grows to 'Snoopers' Charter' amid data-mining fears

ZDNet

UK's data communication bill faces tough criticism

BBC News

UK communications data bill will track your life online and by phone

Recombu

Data monitoring service to cost four times what UK Gov invests in broadband

Thinkbroadband

UPD UK Government Publishes Details of its Draft ISP Internet Snooping Law

ISPreview

Government faces uphill battle to get Communication Bill passed

V3.co.uk

Government publishes plans for reform of communications data surveillance law

Out-Law.com

Critics dub new communications bill "snooper's charter"

Bigmouthmedia

ISPA expresses concern about Communications Bill

Telecom Paper

Anti-trolling laws: online censorship or the price of freedom?

Recombu

Bill targeting internet 'trolls' gets wary welcome from websites

The Guardian

Defamation Bill Targets Trolls

Lawdit

Downloader’s may lose internet connection

Tech Watch

May

Daily Mail defends anti-porn crusade at Google

Wired.co.uk

Creative bodies to work towards single standard mechanism for copyright licensing

Out-Law.com

ISP brands UK internet spying plans ‘pointless’

ZDnet

Creatives spin copyright licence that sticks to web

The Register

Manchester’s FutureEverything conference – day two

The Guardian

Ofcom to Publish UK ISP Internet Piracy Initial Obligations Code in June 2012

ISPreview

Cleaning up the Internet? – Audio

Anna Raccoon

ORG: Blanket blocks lead to unwanted censorship

BCS

All TalkTalk internet subscribers to be asked whether they want to activate content filters

Out-Law

UK internet surveillance green paper prompts six ISPs to join ISPA

Recombu

Legislation encourages tidal wave of new ISPA members – life jackets at the ready

Trefor.net

Six members join ISPA in April

Telecom Paper

Media release: Libel reform campaigners respond to Queen’s Speech

Journalism.co.uk

RESPONDING TO THE QUEEN’S SPEECH #LIBELREFORM ANNOUNCEMENT

Index on Censorship

UK wants Internet providers to block porn by default

Technolog

UK Checking To See If It Can Just Go Ahead And Block All Porn Sites

The Consumerist

Government to consult on automatic porn censorship proposals

Out-Law

Cameron to consider automatic porn filters for ISPs

Computeractive

UK considers filter that requires porn viewers to ‘opt in’

Raw Story

David Cameron considering ‘opt-in’ online policy

CNet

UK Prime Minster Looking to Block Porn from Search Results, Adding Opt-In Option Instead

Technorati

Prime Minister To Consult On Default Porn Block

Tech Week Europe

Sara Payne backs call to block online porn as she says images could encourage perverts to turn fantasies into reality

Daily Mail

Prime Minister considers opt in requirement for adult websites

Law on the Web

Campaigners celebrate Cameron’s web porn blocking move

Daily Telegraph

Web giants gang up to fight online porn block

IOL

Conservatives to discuss plan to censor the internet after campaign in right-wing press

The Independent

Cameron hardens stance on UK web filth block

The Register

Cameron to announce internet porn crackdown

The Times

David Cameron to consider forcing ISPs into ‘opt-out’ porn block

Wired.co.uk

Pornography online: David Cameron to consider ‘opt in’ plan

The Guardian

U.K. ISPs Fighting Forced Porn Blocking

Xbiz

Why online piracy could be the film industry’s biggest opportunity

Mindful Money

MP: internet should be regulated like television

PC Pro

Web giants gang up to fight online porn block saying it is not up to them to ‘police’ the internet

Daily Mail

ISPA UK updates CISAS ADR benefits for members

Telecom Paper

ISPA Improves Member UK ISP Benefits with CISAS ADR Complaints Handler

ISPreview

Porn, piracy and the internet culture wars

BBC News

Pirate Bay: Should ISPs police online content?

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

MP: internet should be regulated like television

PC Pro

High Court orders ISPs to block The Pirate Bay

Out-Law

April

DEA delay means no warning letters until at least 2014

Cable.co.uk

Pirate Bay UK In Stormy Seas As ISPs Agree To Block

TechWeek Europe

High Court forces ISPs to block file-sharing site The Pirate Bay

Computeractive

Judge blocks channels to Pirate Bay

Financial Times

UK ISPs ordered to block Pirate Bay website

ZDNet

Digital Economy Act provisions delayed

Computer World UK

Want to know why internet providers refuse to block porn?

Daily Mail

Anti-piracy act delayed over cost dispute

PC Pro

UK Anti-FileSharing Letters Delayed Until 2014

TorrentFreak

Hands up if you had forgot about the Digital Economy Act?

Thinkbroadband

U.K. Digital Anti-Piracy Legislation on Pause Until 2014

AVN

Digital Economy Act delayed until 2014

MCV

Digital Economy Act’s anti-piracy measures is delayed

BBC News

Can parents control the websites their children look at?

Daily Telegraph

The Overwhelming Challenge of Supervising Childrens’ Online Activity

Topical Teaching

Ministers Object To Default Porn Blocks

Tech Week Europe

ISPA warns members may use traffic management during Olympics

Cable

Businesses left in dark over Olympic broadband crunch

ZDNet

South-west communities given broadband boost

Telappliant

Internet firms defiant over block on computer porn despite warnings by MPs that a generation of teenagers are addicted to it

Daily Mail

ISPA hits back at child protection plans

BCS

UK’s Growing Problem: Child Access To Online Porn

Redorbit

ISPs torch UK.gov’s smut-blocking master plan

The Register

Industry bodies slam default content filter plans

Cable

ISPA slams plan for mandatory adult content blocks

uSwitch Broadband

ISPA welcomes BT broadband speed boost

uSwitch Broadband

ISPA rejects calls for ISPs to filter adult content

Telecom Paper

Why the end of Consumer Focus is a blow to UK tech policy

Computer World UK

Web porn should be opt-in, MPs say

ZDNet

Independent Parliamentary Inquiry into Online Child Protection published

Thinkbroadband

MPs Want ISPs to Block Porn By Default

TechWeekEurope

New Bill wants internet to be censored from porn by default

Naked Security

Broadband firms attack pornography blocking plan

The Telegraph

BT speed boost hailed by ISPA

USwitch Broadband

BT speed boost hailed by ISPA

Silobreaker

ISPA: Superfast broadband will be a huge benefit from smaller firms

Tax Assist Accountants

Superfast business broadband a tremendous opportunity

Business Community

Superfast broadband is a “tremendous opportunity” for Britain

Telappliant

BT speed boost hailed by ISPA

Cable.co.uk

James Blessing of the Internet Service Providers Association on the ‘Snooping’ Bill

Ourworldoursay

THIS IS WHERE US SNOOPERS KEEP ALL OF THEIR DATA… WILL WE HAVE SAME HERE?

Daily Express

Peeress calls for ISPs to block porn

Computeractive

New UK Bill Attempts to Ban Internet Porn Automatically Via ISPs, Mobile Operators

Daily Tech

Interview with James Blessing about proposed UK Government plans for communications data

BBC News

UK unveils plans for Orwellian ‘Big Brother’

The Voice of Russia

Lords bill demands ISPs and device makers block porn

PC Pro

New U.K. Bill Demands Porn Filtering

XBiz

Lords give automatic smut censorship bill the once-over

The Register

Automatic porn censorship legislation proposed

Out-Law.com

All your communications are belong to us – GCHQ

Hexus

Internet group says surveillance program in works

The Washington Times

Backlash over Government’s planned snooping charter

Computeractive

Industry hits out at Gov’s new internet snooping laws

IT Pro

U.K. Internet Group Says Nationwide Surveillance Program in the Works

Techland Time

U.K. move to snoop on private e-mails, phone calls

The Hindu

Britain set for sweeping Internet, phone monitoring

The Daily Star

UK Internet group: Surveillance program in works

Sydney Morning Herald

UK snooping row casts doubt on Cameron leadership

Reuters

Orwellian Outrage! Privacy May Soon Be a Thing of the Past in the United Kingdom

News.gather

UK Plans to Look Over Your Shoulder Every Time You Send A Cyber Message

Social Barrel

Internet surveillance is on the agenda again

The Economic Voice

British email snoop move outcry

The Australian News

U.K. mulling mass electronic surveillance network

CTV News

New law to be announced to allow internet contact monitoring

thinkbroadband

Campaigners criticise government web ‘snooping’ plan

Digital Spy

Police and MI5 get power to watch you on the web

The Independent

‘Scaremongering’ over internet monitoring plans – Nick Clegg

BBC News

Q&A: UK plan to monitor all email, phone and and web use

BBC News

Internet companies warn over government email surveillance plans

The Guardian

UK police and MI5 get power to watch you on the web

Tehran Times

Analysis: Will the government’s web ‘snoop’ plans work?

BBC News

UK to track every email sent by citizens

Hindustan Times

UK Internet group: Surveillance program in works

Business Week

British govt planning electronic surveillance programme

The Indian Express

UK plans for internet surveillance

BigPond news

UK.gov to unveil reborn, renamed net-snoop plans in Queen’s Speech

The Register

Warning over need for safeguards in email and web monitoring plan

BBC News

Britain set for sweeping Internet, phone monitoring

Chicago Tribune

Britain set for sweeping Internet, phone monitoring

Reuters

FURY AT BIG BROTHER’S BID TO SNOOP ON EVERY EMAIL

Daily Express

UK Internet group: Surveillance program in works

CBS News

U.K. Plans to Expand Surveillance Powers, Sunday Times Reports

Star News

U.K. Plans to Expand Surveillance Powers, Sunday Times Reports

Bloomberg

David Davis attacks plans to monitor online messages as ‘an unnecessary extension of the ability of the state to snoop on ordinary people’

Daily Mail

Government to snoop on all emails

Sunday Times

March

UK ISPs Give Mixed Reaction to Budget 2012 Broadband Commitments

ISPreview

ISP group warns Olympics could cause ‘massive hit on infrastructure’

V3

Can Internet Speeds Prove Equal to the 2012 London Olympics Needs?

Social Barrel

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Newsday

International Capsules: Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

The Brownsville Herald

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Lohud.com

Olympics to test London’s internet infrastructure

3 News

‘Twitter’ Olympics may strain Internet

Dalje.com

Olympics will strain U.K. Internet infrastructure: expert

CTV N ews

‘Twitter’ Olympics may strain Internet

UPI.com

ISPA warns that Olympics could slow broadband speeds

Telecom Paper

ISPA warns that Olympics could slow broadband speeds

FindLaw

Olympics Could Tax London’s Phone, Internet Networks

Red Orbit

Olympics overload: Experts says games will strain London’s Internet infrastructure

iNews880

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Stuff.co.nz

EXPERTS CONCERNED OVER INTERNET TRAFFIC DURING LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES

Bettor.com

London 2012: Olympic Games internet speeds may lag in London warning

BBC News

ISPA warns of Olympics broadband headache

Cable.co.uk

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

GreenBayPressGazette

The Olympics may cause a ‘massive hit’ on London’s internet infrastructure

Don’t Call me Tony

Olympics overload: Experts says games will strain London’s Internet infrastructure

Newser

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Jamaica Observer

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Bloomberg Businessweek

Olympics will strain UK Internet infrastructure

Bloomberg Businessweek

The Olympics may cause a ‘massive hit’ on London’s internet infrastructure

The Verge

Olympics to Put Huge Strain on London’s Networks

Tom’s Hardware

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Huffington Post

Olympics to strain UK Internet infrastructure

Associated Press

Rate your ISP for 2012 Internet Industry Awards

Thinkbroadband

February

 

Win Tickets to the 2012 ISPA UK Internet Industry Awards by Rating your ISP

ISPreview

English Court Rules That Pirate Bay, Its Users Are Infringing Record Labels’ Copyrights

Bloomberg BNA

ISPs may need to react more quickly to take down requests

UK Legal News Analysis

Home Office plans to implement broader web surveillance powers

Computeractive

 

Phone and email records to be stored in new spy plan

The Telegraph

UK Goverment to Relaunch Proposed Internet Snooping Laws in May 2012

ISPreview

Members of UK Parliament Recommend Censoring Online Extremism

The Intel Hub

Lords inquiry to probe UK’s broadband strategy

PC Pro

Lords Select Committee to collect Superfast broadband evidence

Thinkbroadband

Ofcom to make it easier to change broadband service

ZDNet

Ofcom targets phone and broadband switching ‘slammers’

BBC News

UK Government report into religious radicalization calls on ISPs to remove terrorist content

The Verge

New code of conduct should require ISPs to take down radical extremist content, MPs say

Out-Law.com

UK tests home working to beat Olympic Games gridlock

Reuters

U.K. Home Affairs Committee Encourages Internet Service Providers to Censor Extremist Websites

Public Intelligence

MPs urge ISPs to take down terrorist material

ZDNet

MPs rattle telcos to help kill extremist material online

The Register

 

Securing Internet and Broadband Services

Innovation into Success

 

January

Could you nominate yourself for an ISPA Award?

RaceOnline2012

ACS:Law’s Andrew Crossley suspended for two years

V3.co.uk

ACSLaw UK Boss Crossley Suspended for 2 Years by Disciplinary Tribunal

ISPreview

Crossley faces 7 charges from Solicitors Regulatory Authority today

Broadband Watcher

Superfast broadband update

Comms Business

 

2011

December

UK web sites ‘must do better’ on cookie laws

Computing

Time to deal with the e-looters

ALCS News

Refreshed Fibre Tax Guidance to be released “shortly”

Broadband Watcher

CISAS to sponsor the ISPA Awards

IDRS News

 

Registration opens for 14th ISPA Awards

Broadband Choice

UK ISPA Anticipates New Tax Guidance for Fibre Optic Broadband Lines

Wall Street Journal

MPs’ fury as drugs are touted on the web

Telegraph and Argus

UK Internet Service Providers Association Opens 2012 ISP Awards Process

ISPreview

UK ISPA Anticipates New Tax Guidance for Fibre Optic Broadband Lines

ISPreview

Is UK broadband strategy on the right track?

ZDNet

Update from Ed Vaizey on the Government’s superfast broadband plans

ISPA Hardcopy Autumn/Winter 2011

November

Website shutdowns set dangerous precedent, net groups say

Computeractive

Nominet to review domain suspension policy

ITPro

Privacy and Injunctions Committee questions internet experts and Northern & Shell

Parliament.uk

Nominet website suspension policy attacked by rights organisations

ComputerWorld

London Police Net Swoop Angers U.K. I.S.P.s

Tech Europe

Nominet Opposed Heavily over Domain Takedown Plans

ITProPortal

ORG says Nominet can only suspend domains with court order

TelecomPaper

Broadband industry vetoes Nominet’s proposal to waive court orders before site shutdowns

Broadband Watcher

ISP outcry halts cybercops’ automatic .UK takedown plan

The Register

Internet Firms Row Over Criminal Websites

ITProPortal

Web firms protest over police plans to cut off websites

The Telegraph

UPD ISPs Oppose Nominet Proposal to Remove UK Domains without a Court Order

ISPreview

UPD Ofcom Sets Out Soft Traffic Management and Net Neutrality Rules for UK ISPs

ISPreview

Nominet Domain Take-down Push Angers ORG, ISPA and LINX

ITProPortal

Groups rally against Nominet take-down push

ZDnet

Ofcom gets tougher over net neutrality policy

Computeractive

ISPs object to Nominet’s domain removal plans

Computing

Ofcom Reserves Right To Impose Net Neutrality

eWeekEurope

Open Rights Group calls out Nominet for web site takedowns

The Inquirer

ISPA, LINX and ORG insist on court orders

Open Rights Group

Radical Korean Spam Block: Can It Work?

Security Watch

South Korea launches initiative to block spam

CBR Security

Email spam ‘Block 25′ crackdown readied in South Korea

BBC News

2012 – Summer of Sports on Steroids – BBC estimates more than 2x Football World Cup traffic levels

Trefor.net

The UK to lead the EU in terms of broadband? Yeah, no.

Broadband Watcher

Official – industry says UK will not have “best superfast broadband network in Europe by 2015″ #ISPAUK #digitalbritain

Trefor.net

Ofcom UK Warns of Competition Concerns with Low Superfast Broadband Uptake

ISPreview

Internet Security p6

Technology hazard warning report

PROLABS SPONSOR ISPA CONFERENCE 2011

Zycko

 

October

Internet Service Providers’ Claims of Expensive Bandwidth Costs are a Myth, Concludes Report

Stop the Cap!

Online movie services are poor, finds digital rights organisation

Computeractive

Anonymous posts face legal shake-up

ZDNet

Google launches Good To Know before UK safety week

ZDNet

UPD Study Links UK Internet Film Piracy to Poor Legal Price and Availability

ISPreview

Movie piracy a result of high prices, low quality

thinq_

UK ISPs Welcome Joint Parliamentary Committee Report on Draft Defamation Bill

ISPreview

Joining up the fight against cybercrime: James Brokenshire’s comments at the Parliament and the Internet Conference in Westminster

When IT Meets Politics

ISPA Secretary General on new Communications Act

Comms Dealer

ISPA Council member James Blessing on controls on the access of children to the Internet

BBC Radio 5 Live Drive

BT cuts pole and duct costs, but variable pricing still unfair for rural broadband

Computer Weekly

ISPs “exaggerate the cost of data”

PC Pro

September

UK ISPs Give Mixed Reaction to New Broadband Advertising Rules

ISPreview

Minister for Crime and Security to address ISPA conference in November

Knowledge Transfer Network

Home Office Minister to speak about DEA at ISPA conference

MusicWeek

UK ISPs Being Forced to Block File Sharing Sites

Dslreports.com

MP Jeremy Hunt pressures ISPs to tackle illegal file sharing

Computeractive

 

Date set for ASC:Law’s Andrew Crossley to face Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal

BroadbandGenie

A trio of summer announcements for ISPs

Entanet’s blog

August

How will the Digital Economy Act help you?

Managing Intellectual Property

Friday Review: Block party-pooper

Total Telecom

Illegal filesharing: trade bodies demand government crackdown

The Guardian

Let down by your telecoms or broadband company? Help is at hand

The Telegraph

July

Blocking Newzbin2 paves the way for internet censorship

The Guardian

BT ordered to block access to illegal downloads site

PC Advisor

BT will not appeal ruling to block pirate website Newzbin2

Computeractive

Hollywood Wins BT Block On Newzbin2 Pirate Website

eWeekEurope

Speed gap grows between headline and actual broadband

Br0kenTeleph0n3

Newzbin block will not stop online piracy

Digital Politics

Ofcom Slams ISPs For Phoney Broadband Claims

eWeekEurope

Music and net industries respond to Newzbin ruling

CMUwebsite.com

James Blessing, ISPA Council member on the Newzbin 2 case 2:21.40 in Radio 5 live

 

Hollywood Wins BT Block On Newzbin2 Pirate Website

E-week Europe

High court forces BT to block file-sharing website

The Guardian

 

‘Pirate’ link site stands defiant

BBC News

Film studios win Newzbin2 blocking case against BT

ZDNet

 

BT ordered to block links to Newzbin 2 website

BBC news

 

Hollywood’s U.K. Pirate Blockbuster

WSJ.com

 

BT ordered to block file sharing website Newzbin 2

Product reviews net

 

Newzbin2 verdict: industry reactions

Guardian

Ofcom price cut likely to cut rural access to fast broadband

Br0kenTeleph0n3

UK ISPs Welcome Ofcom UK Cut of BT Wholesale Broadband Prices to Rural Areas

ISPreview

UK ISPs Worried by Italian Move to Ban Proxy Server Sites Due to Piracy Laws

ISPreview

New ISPA Council chair outlines plans

Broadband Choice

ISPA appoints Thus executive as new Chair

Telecom Paper

UK Internet Service Providers Association Appoints New ISPA Council Chair

ISPreview

ACS:Law founder named Internet Villain of the Year at ISPA Awards

Broadbandgenie

ISPA names Andrew Crossley as Internet Villain for 2011

The Inquirer

ACS:Law Boss Is Internet Villain of the Year

Torrentfreak

ISPA Awards 2011 Winners

Thinkbroadband

And the winner is – ISPA Internet Hero and Villain

Trefor.net

Andrew Crossley named Internet Villain of the Year

PC Advisor

ACS:Law speculatively invoiced victims

Fudzilla

Be Broadband triumphs at ISPAs

Silobreaker

UPD UK Internet Service Providers Association ISPA Reveals 2011 Award Winners

ISPreview

SWGFL WINS PRESTIGIOUS ISPA AWARD!

Safe Keeping Blog

In Depth: The United Kingdom’s secret firewall

Newsbyme

June

Hollywood takes on the ISPs

Digital2Disc

Film-makers seek injunction to block pirate site

BBC News

UPD UK ISP SO Internet Supports the Governments Plan to Block Adult Websites

ISPreview

SO Internet supports government plans to keep children safe online

Broadbandwatcher.co.uk

Virgin alerts infected customers

BBC News

Cover story: Kids are latest worry for digital industry

New Media Age

Poll: ISPA Awards 2011 villain of the year – Who would you vote for?

Opinion.enta.net

Media industry relaxed over report on sexualisation of children

The Guardian

May

Internet ‘hero and villain’ nominations announced

Digital Knowledge Centre

ISPA Secretary General speaking about Internet regulation

BBC World News

Netflix dominates US net traffic

BBC News

UK copyright laws set for major re-vamp

TechEye

ISPA reveals 2011 Broadband Award nominees

Top10 Broadband

 

Finalists for 2011 ISPA Awards announced

Telecom Paper

 

Namesco to defend winner status for fourth year at 2011 ISPAs

Web Hosting News

UK Internet Service Providers Association Reveals 2011 Award Finalists

ISPreview

ISPA Awards 2011 finalists announced

Thinkbroadband

April

How the UK could get the world’s fastest broadband

TechRadar

Web blocking could be illegal, says top EU legal adviser

ZDNet

UK ISPs proposes independent Internet watchdog

TopNews

Independent Internet Watchdog Proposed By ISPs

eWeekEurope

Independent internet watchdog proposed to blacklist web sites

Computing.co.uk

ISPs discuss central blacklisting body for piracy sites

The Telegraph

March

If you want fair libel law for the Internet age, get involved

TechCrunch

Sir Tim Berners-Lee to help defend net neutrality in UK

Computer Weekly

Internet roundtable with Vaizey

Music Week

Gov and ISPs clash over informal policing of net

The Register

ISP group wary of proposed net neutrality code

PCPro

Ex Cyber Minister Warns On ISP Snooping

eWeekeurope

Who runs the internet? Wikileaks, piracy and censorship

Lib Dem Voice

Jessica gets to grips with readers TalkTalk complaints

The Telegraph

February

Campaigning MP Claims Support For Online Smut Ban

eWeek Europe

Nominet and police web take-down should seek judicial oversight

Techeye.net

Anti-pornography campaigners claim ‘favourable consensus’ on internet filters

The Telegraph

Ofcom UK Says ISP Internet Copyright Infringement Code is Six Weeks Away

ISPreview

Addresses to Be Depleted Soon?

Thirdage.com

IANA about to release final seven batches of Domain Names as IPv4 runs out

Hostway

ISPs and Vaizey set to bump heads over default porn filter

The Register

Warning: The Internet is Running Out of Space

Complex

Internet Running Out of IP Addresses

AOLNews

UK ISPs Respond to IPv4 Internet Address Depletion and IPv6 Readiness Concerns

ISPreview

Tech Weekly podcast: Egypt cut off from the internet

The Guardian

Internet almost out of space with allocation of last addresses

The Guardian

Government reviews site blocking in DEA

musicweek.com

Internet Chaos, Interrupted?

CBS News

January

ISPA nudges Telkom on local loop – All VoIP News

By AllVoIPNews

Vaizey sets ISP costs for chasing suspected web pirates

ZDNet UK

 

ISPA questions broadband being controlled by media ministry

Cable.co.uk

Fears over media ministry control of broadband

PC Pro

ISPs hoping to benefit in libel law shake-up

PC Pro

 

 

 

2010

December

FCC Enacts Open Internet Rules for Wireless, Cable

Wireless Week

Government porn plan experiences backlashComputing

 

ISPs, Vendors Decry UK ‘Libel Tourism’

Internet Evolution

 

Online child protection plan “unworkable”

Consumer Tech

Internet porn block plans ‘not feasible

Telegraph.co.uk

UK Conservatives Want to Block All Internet Porn

Mashable

All internet porn will be blocked to protect child

David Icke.com

All Internet porn “To be blocked” in the UK

The Next Web

 

All internet porn will be blocked to protect children, under UK government plan

Herald Sun

Tory porn block plans not possible say ISPA

Techdigest

Porn can’t be stopped, say internet providers

The Inquirer

Government plans not possible

Pocket-lint

ISPs and civil rights groups attack government ‘porno filter’ plans

PCR

Internet porn block ‘not possible’ say ISPs

BBC

 

Porn Impossible To Block, ISPs Say

Techland

 

ISPs Hit Back At British Proposal To Ban Porn

Forbes

Block on internet porn won’t work, say ISPs

Metro

 

UK Conservatives want complete Internet porn block, to force users to opt-in

Afterdawn

 

Internet providers claim blocking pornography is impossible

Discount Vouchers

 

UK gov’t moves to restrict all Internet porn to protect children

Lifesitenews

Internet porn block by government is likely

Tnt Magazine

 

ISPs encouraged to block porn sites

ITpro

 

All internet porn will be blocked to protect children, under UK government plan

News.com.au

 

ISPs: Internet Porn Block Not Viable

Eweek Europe

 

Porn filter plans ‘impossible’ say ISPs

Thinq

 

ISPs apprehensive about UK government’s proposal to block Internet porn

Topnews.us

 

U.K. Culture Minister Backs ISP ‘Opt-In’ Porn Plan

AVN

 

UK MP Calls for Mandatory Net Porn Filter

Zeropaid

 

Online child protection plan “unworkable”

Techcentral

 

Blimey, a ban on Web porn in Britain?

Technoblog

 

Should ISPs Censor Porn?

Pcmag

 

Mission impossible?

Hexus

 

Porn block not possible ISPs tell Parliament

Unthinkable

 

ISPs being urged to block pornographic websites

Broadband Expert

 

Porn ban “technically not possible” warn ISPs

Slashgear

 

UK Government Looking to Ban All Internet Porn

Tomsguide

 

Brits Throw Cold Water on Internet Porn

Portfolio

 

UK Plan to Filter Porn Could Be a Hot Mess, Say ISPs

Tech news world

 

UK wants to block all Internet porn, ISP’s say it’s impossible

Myce

Will ‘Porn Lock’ in UK and France Lead to Internet Censorship?

AOL

 

UK Government Wants Pornography Users to Opt In to Protect Children Online

Gather.com

 

ISPs to work with govt on universal porn block?

Broadband-finder

 

ISPA says gov’t porn plans are not feasible

CIO

 

Online pornography to be restricted by government

T3

 

UK To Require ISPs Filter Porn

DSL Reports

 

Government urges ISPs to block access to porn

Cnet

 

The fight to protect online free speech

Calsoft blog

ISPs Respond To Government Broadband Pledge

eWeekEurope

ISPA welcomes govt broadband investment

Top10.com

Reaction to new government broadband plan muted

Hexus.channel

 

Government broadband plans avoid key fibre tax issue

V3.co.uk

 

ISPs attack ‘inequitable’ BT advantage on rural fibre

ZDnet

UK ISPs React to the Governments Superfast Broadband Report and Slam Fibre Tax

ISPreview

 

November

Facebook, Yahoo and ISPs plead for UK free speech

ZDNet

Online freedom of speech must be safeguarded, says ISPA

Top10.com

Internet companies call for PM to change libel laws

Computeractive

Facebook, Yahoo, AOL appeal for protection of free speech online in UK

Frenchtribune.com

Facebook, Yahoo And AOL Join hands against For Libel Law Reform

TopNews

Yahoo, Facebook, AOL and Mumsnet warn PM on libel laws

V3.co.uk

Bloggers and Libel Law

Sense about science

Libel reform on the internet

Science news

An open letter to Prime Minister David Cameron: #libelreform needed to protect free speech online

Consider, evaluate, act

Facebook, Yahoo And AOL Join Petition For Libel Law Reform

ITProPortal

 

Internet ‘Mediation Service’ Proposed by UK Gov’t

Infopackets

Content Providers and UK ISPs Urge Government to Protect Internet Free Speech

ISPreview

UK Pushes Fast Lane Net Access

PC World

Online publishers and hosts launch libel reform campaign

The Register

A libel guide for bloggers

Guardian.co.uk

Libel reform on the internet – We need it now

Guardian.co.uk

Plusnet to axe overseas call centre

Cable.co.uk

Plusnet to move call centre from Durban to South Yorkshire

TopNews

Vaizey rekindles net neutrality debate

NetworkWorld

Vaizey ‘gives go-ahead for two-tier internet’

ComputerWeekly

UK government delivers net neutrality blow

V3

Gov’t wants ‘fast-lane’ net access

NetworkWorld

How to fix this broken system

ComputerWeekly

Minister Ed Vaizey backs ‘two-speed’ internet

BBC News

Plusnet to move call centre from South Africa to UK

TechWatch

 

PlusNet UK Shifts its Broadband ISP Telephone Support Staff Back to Sheffield

ISPreview

 

Yahoo!, AOL, Mumsnet and the ISPA to David Cameron: libel reform needed to protect free speech online

Index on Censorship

Yahoo and AOL UK join petition to modernise UK libel law

Journalism.co.uk

Mumsnet founders demand libel law reform

The Telegraph

Home Office consults on interception law

ZDNet

Internet “Mediation Service” Proposed

Slaw

 

ISPA interview on communications data

BBC Radio 4 (45mins18 secs in)

ISPA concern for plan for online mediation service

Top10.com

Public could get web data removal service

PublicService.co.uk

Broadband providers against web mediation plans

Cable.co.uk

 

Government tackles data disputes

Software Objects

Critics warn against Government’s web dispute plans

PC Pro

Government pushes for web data removal

IT Pro

 

Culture minister calls for citizens’ privacy breach mediation service

V3.co.uk

 

Government proposes internet ‘mediation service’

Telegraph.co.uk

 

Government wants mediation service for web takedowns

Hexus.channel

Gov’t wants ISPs to help Brits remove inaccurate information from the web

PC Advisor

Govt. web monitoring plan faces privacy backlash

Digital Intelligence

Government proposes ISP mediation for web takedowns

ZDNet

Government pushes for data deletion system

BBC News

 

October

Watchdog sceptical of case for e-mail tap

FT.com

High time the digital age made a real impact in the countryside

Cornish Guardian

Entanet Questions Ofcoms Net Neutrality Decision

TMCnews

September

Guest blog: The Digital Economy Act Conference: online evolution and digital rights

BroadbandGenie

UK Government Still Debating NGA Fibre Optic Broadband Taxation

ISPreview

 

Carrier pigeons faster than rural broadband

BroadbandChoices

Pigeon Beats Rural Broadband In File Transfer Challenge

eWeekEurope

Carrier pigeons are faster than rural broadband

Telegraph.co.uk

 

ISPs will pay quarter of copyright notification costs, says Government

Out-Law.com

ISPs hit back at sharing cost of copyright crackdown

ZDNet

Government announces its cost split for pirate hunting

Freeband TV News

Online piracy: Entertainment industry are dinosaurs

Mybroadband.co.za

UK ISPs unwilling to pay 25% of costs for Digital Economy Act

Radioandmusic.com

Rights-holders bear brunt of costs of chasing pirates

NBF News

Labels to pay 75% of the cost of DEA notifications process

Music Ally

Rights-holders bear brunt of costs of chasing pirates

BBC News

UK divvies up piracy war costs

itnews

Copyright Holders to Pay Lions Share of UK ISP Illegal File Sharing Enforcement Cost

ISPreview

ISPs must foot 25% of anti-piracy bills

WebUser

Cost of Digital Economy Act could push broadband prices up

Hexus.net

 

BIS makes rights holders pay more

Music Week

UK ISPs unhappy at sharing the bill for curbing illegal downloads

SamKnows Broadband

UK piracy plan puts more burden on rights holders

Telecom Paper

U.K. Digital Economy Act: What Labels Will Pay

Billboard.biz

ISPs vent fury over government web policing policy

Computing

Rights holders to bear majority of Digital Economy Act piracy costs

Telegraph.co.uk

 

ISPs revolt over Digital Economy Act

The Inquirer

Angry ISPs to pay 25% of costs of piracy-busting scheme

PCPro

 

Government splits costs of policing illegal file sharing

Computeractive

UK ISPs React Angrily to Government Decision Over Internet Piracy Cost Sharing

ISPreview

ISPs baulk at DEA copyright infringement costs

V3.co.uk

 

ISPs to pay a quarter of net piracy policing costs

TechWatch

Piracy cost sharing is outrageous according to ISPs

Thinkbroadband

 

Govt broadband intervention urges major ISPs into action

Top10.com

Take-up of broadband growing in Scotland

XLN Telecom

ISPA: Broadband adoption rates increasing in Scotland

Top10.com

 

ISPA backs govt plans to increase broadband coverage

Cable.co.uk

ISPA council votes in BT, Eclipse, Everything Everwhere, O2

TelecomPaper

BT, Eclipse Internet, O2 send members to ISPA meeting

Cable.co.uk

 

Major Broadband ISPs Join UK Internet Service Providers Association Council

ISPreview

 

ISPA Council beefed up with some heavy hitting members

Trefor.net

ISP Association comments on TalkTalk warning

V3.co.uk

August

ISPA Slams UK Fibre Optic Tax

Tax News

No fibre rate review, as VOA publishes new guidance

Freeband

 

Cyber stalker crackdown ‘thwarted’ by service providers

BBC News

 

ISP Association attacks government over fibre rates

ZDNet

ISPA Slams Government ‘Fibre Tax’ U-Turn

eWeekEurope

VOA rates leave network operators reeling

ComputerWeekly

Small ISPs fuming over changes to fibre tax

V3.co.uk

Study Calls for GBP200m Investment and Overhaul of Scotlands Broadband

ISPreview

 

Broadband homes face £20 tax

ComputerWeekly

 

VOA release revised guidelines for fibre rates; ISPA calls for urgent review

thinkbroadband

Regulator Still Investigating ACS Law Over Illegal UK ISP File Sharing Threat Letters

ISPreview

ISPA UK Regrets Governments Failure to Solve the Fibre Optic Broadband Tax

ISPreview

Summary of Key Replys to Ofcoms UK Draft Illegal Internet File Sharing ISP Code

ISPreview

ISPA welcomes effort to recruit more cyber security professionals

Acumin

 

Ofcom gets busy on DEA submissions

Music Week

ISPA calls for soft launch of Ofcom copyright code

TelecomPaper

ISPA Calls for Ofcom to Soft Launch UK ISP Illegal Copyright File Sharing Code

ISPreview

 

ISPA calls for soft launch of Ofcom code on illegal file sharing

thinkbroadband.com

July

Cyber security professionals are ‘incredibly important’

Women in Technology

UK ‘ahead of the US’ on broadband development

Top10.com

‘ISPA delivers industry roadmap to UK govt’

Green TMCnet

ISPA unveils List of Recommendations to Government

Broadband suppliers

ISPA Reports Broadband Complaints Drop

Choose broadband

ISPA publishes broadband roadmap for current parliament

Top10.com

ISPs ask government to protect them from ‘policing’ role

ZDNet

 

‘ISPA delivers industry roadmap to UK govt’

TMCnet

ISPA Make 8 Government Recommendations to Improve UK Internet

ISPReview

 

ISPA delivers industry roadmap to UK govt

TelecomPaper

 

ISPs urge caution on Digital Economy Act

V3.co.uk

 

ISPA calls for Govt internet policy coordination

PublicTechnology

 

UK ISPs call for “clear plan”

PCR

Royalty group says ISPs should pay for pirated music

MacVideo

Performing rights group advocates ISP ‘pirate tax’

PCR

UK music royalty society floats ISP piracy tax

Computerworld UK

 

UK Royalty Society Suggests ISPs Pay for Pirated Music

PCWorld

 

ISPA sees dispute resolution complaints fall by over 50%

TelecomPaper

 

UK ISPA Reports Dramatic Fall in Consumer ISP Complaints

ISPreview

 

UK ISPA gets 2 new members

TMCnews

 

June

UK ISPA gets 2 new members

TelecomPaper

 

Australians may soon have to use IT security software on all internet connections

Infosecurity

Broadband? Illegal down-loaders could lose their internet

Torrent-review

Lib Dem peer proposes new libel law

TechEye.net

MaySmall ISPs in UK to be exempt from net piracy measures?

Dslreports

Next-generation broadband ‘not all about speed’

Broadband Finder

Next Generation Broadband defined not just by their speed but also on quality

Unlimited Broadband

Small ISPs to be exempt from net piracy measures?

NetworkWorld

Next-generation broadband ‘about more than just speed’

Top 10 Broadband

ISPA calls for gov’t investment in rural high-speed broadband

GlobalGold

Ofcom Exempts Small ISPs from Digital Economy Act

ITProPortal

Government urged to invest in rural high-speed broadband

Ashdown Group

Definition of high-speed broadband ‘should be changed’

Cable.co.uk

Universal broadband access is “very important”

Broadband Choice

Ofcom creates piracy havens at small ISPs

PI Newswire

Small ISPs ‘exempt’ from Digital Economy Act

V3

Small ISPs exempt from filesharing laws

ITPro

Small and mobile ISPs will be a safe haven for P2P users

BroadbandGenie

Ofcom creates piracy havens at small ISPs

The Register

DEA Code of Practice limited to providers with 400,000 subscribers

thinkbroadband

UK ISPs With Under 400k Users Escape Illegal File Sharing Crackdown

ISPreview

Ofcom #DEAct Code of Practice limited to ISPs with 400,000 subs & excludes mobile broadband

Trefor.net

Chair of the ISPA Broadband Subgroup, James Blessing, talks about virtual private networks (VPNs) 30 mins 30 secs

BBC Radio 4

Business Broadband Internet Service Providers in UK

Business Management

April

Entanet UK demands ISPs get equal representation in copyright treaty

ISPreview

EU and UK Internet Providers Slam Privacy Invading ACTA Trade Agreement

ISPreview

UK Sky Broadband ISP Supports Governments Unlawful File Sharing Stance

ISPreview

Digital Economy Act faces backlash

Computing

Debate urged for Digital Economy Bill

MCV

UPDATE UK ISPs and Google Slam Rushed Digital Economy Bill

ISPreview

Stop Digital Economy Bill “wash-up”

ComputerWeekly.com

Digital Economy Bill: An ISP perspective

Thinkbroadband.com

ISPA slams MPs over digital economy bill

Top 10 Broadband

UK company sticks boot into Digital Economy Bill

TechEye

Passing of Digital Economy Bill draws storm of protest

V3.co.uk

Chair of the Broadband Subgroup on the Digital Economy Bill

BBC Radio 5 Live

March

Brown promises ‘superfast’ broadband for all

V3.co.uk

Debate needed on digital economy bill

Guardian.co.uk

Government ignoring business cost of Digital Economy Bill

V3.co.uk

Opposition to Digital Economy Bill ‘wash-up’ plans grows

Music Ally

IT Crowd joins attack on piracy bill

Thinq.co.uk

Open letter: Wash-up not appropriate for controversial disconnection proposals

The Guardian

Broadband ISP O2 UK Condemns Internet Piracy Threat Letters

ISPreview

Small firms and consumers left naked by Digital Economy Bill

Computer Weekly

O2 condemns ‘bullying’ law firms for threatening file-sharers

IT Pro

Digital Economy Bill Approved By Lords

eWeek Europe

ISP Entanet UK Condemns Lack of Debate on Amendment 120A

ISPreview

Public urged to complain against “rushed” anti-piracy bill

Broadband Genie

Concessions To Web Firms In U.K. Digital Economy Bill

Billboard.biz

Small firms demand better broadband speeds

V3.co.uk

BT Boss Condemns Government Piracy Measures

eWeek Europe

Industry attacks Digital Economy Bill amendment

ZDNet

 

Tech chiefs attack digital economy bill

The Guardian

Web giants attack blocking plans

Press Association

BT boss criticises Digital Economy Bill

Daily Telegraph

 

Net giants rail against law to block file-sharing sites

PCPro

Website blocking plans attacked by Google, Facebook and Stephen Fry

Daily Telegraph

BT’s boss comes out fighting

dot.Rory

 

Online industry unites against Digital Economy Bill

Computerworld UK

Digital Economy Bill amendment threatens free speech on web

Computer Weekly

 

BT boss urges fines for filesharing customers

The Register

Internet law ‘threatens free speech’

Financial Times

ISPs, comedians, free speech campaigners criticise Digital Economy Bill

Thinkbroadband

Bill threatens UK’s reputation

Financial Times

UK ISPs and Internet Firms Slate Government Plans to Block Piracy Sites

ISPReview

Anger over amendment to Digital Economy Bill

Broadband Expert

 

Illegal file-sharing policy criticised by BT boss

BBC News

Digital Economy Bill amendments can endanger YouTube’s future

TopNews

Digital Economy: More heat than light?

dot.Rory

Change to copyright law could affect content sites

Simply Business

Amendment to Digital Economy Bill will hamper digital innovation: internet providers

TopNews

 

ISPA lash out at new DEB provision, BPI welcome it

CMU News

Google, Facebook, ‘3 strikes’ concerns

p2pnet news

Digital Economy Bill Could Be Pushed Through Before Election

eWeek Europe

Law firm investigated over claims that it bullied alleged filesharers

The Guardian

Lords’ Digital Bill Amendment Could Block YouTube

eWeek Europe

ISPs attack ‘misguided’ site-blocking plan

ZDNet

Lib Dem peer on why site blocking is needed

ZDNet

YouTube threatened by changes to Digital Economy Bill

Out-Law.com

Protests greet new Digital Economy Bill amendment

V3.co.uk

New law threatens pirates but also free speech

Caledonian Mercury

ISPs ‘outraged’ by bid to block illegal download sites

Broadband Choices

Digital Economy Bill could be pushed through before the election

New Media Age

New law could put block on YouTube

Metro

ISPs ‘outraged’ over new copyright threat

p2pnet news

LibDems score copyright coup

The Register

YouTube ‘under threat’ from Digital Economy Bill changes

Daily Telegraph

Lords force rethink of government’s online piracy plans

BBC News

ISPs outraged at amendment to Digital Economy Bill

Thinkbroadband

Anger as P2P sites are agreed to be blocked in the UK

BroadbandGenie

ISPs outraged over amendment to Digital Economy Bill

Computeractive

Digital Economy Bill amendment slammed

Webuser

 

Lords’ change to copyright law could see content sites blocked

New Media Age

UK judges given power to take YouTube, other sites offline

TechEye

Clause 17 voted down in Lords

Music Week

ISPs Angry Over U.K. Anti-Piracy Amendment

Billboard.biz

UK ISPs React Angrily to Bill that Blocks Copyright Infringing Sites

ISPreview

LibDems back copyright takedowns

The Register

UK Lords Seek Standard for Broadband ISP Complaints and Fault Fixing

ISPreview

 

ISPA Addresses Members’ Issues in the Digital

eGov monitor

Internet piracy crackdown by US studios

The Independent

February

British Phonographic Industry Criticises Piracy Threat Letters

UKcheapbroadband

Ofcom Publish a Full List of ADR Complaint Handlers for UK ISPs

ISPreview

January

BPI Rejects Piracy Threat Letters and Slams Large Profit Making UK ISPs

ISPreview

 

ACS Law UK Accused of Sending Wrongful ISP Piracy Threat Letters

ISPreview

HP To Bundle Omnifone’s iTunes Rival

eWeekEurope

UK ISPs React Angrily to Trend Micros Block Port 25 SPAM Solution

ISPreview

Music Industry Threatens Civil Action Against Oink Founder

eWeekEurope

 

Corporate IT needs to change stance on spam, says security researcher

ComputerWeekly

ISPs not liable for hate material

Computeractive

Britain tones down draconian anti-filesharing law

The Inquirer

Mandelson Backs Down On Copyright Clause

eWeekEurope

Ministers offer concessions on copyright changes

BBC News

Record labels seek DMCA-style UK takedowns

The Register

Lords propose changes to Digital Economy Bill

Computer Weekly

Music industry threatens ISPs over piracy

The Independent

New ISP File Sharing Laws. Pirate Bay, bittorrent, lime wire

MVconnection

 

2009

December

Jessica Investigates Broadband

Telegraph.co.uk

Illegal File-Sharing Rife In UK, Claims BPI

eWeekeurope

Gradual speed improvements ‘a better Digital Britain plan’

Top 10 broadband

Digital Bill gets a giant bashing

Law Management Blog

UK ISP AAISP Joins the Internet Service Providers Association

ISPreview

UK ISP Association Criticizes “Three-Strikes” Plan – Again

ZeroPaid

Opposition grows to government piracy measures

ComputerWeekly

Government e-comms tracking plans are ‘confused and ill thought through’

ComputerWeekly

Internet service providers urge changes to digital bill Internet service providers urge changes to digital bill

BBC News

UK’s Digital Economy Bill

AudioMicro

UK ISPA Interview with James Blessing

ISPreview

November

 

Pieces of Eight Parts 2 and 3

Litopia

New ISP File Sharing Laws. Pirate Bay, bittorrent, lime wire

Internet Provider Directory

30000 UK Broadband ISP Customers Face Illegal File Sharing Threat Letters

ISPReview

Illegal filesharing: a problem the government can’t solve?

The Guardian

The Digital Economy Bill – does it add up?

BBC dot.life

European Parliament approves new broadband regulations

Cable.co.uk

Taylor and Silver at ISPA

Music Week

Where be pirates?

The Inquirer

More protests over UK 3 strikes plan

p2pnet

Opposition Mounts in Europe To Three-Strikes Proposals

CircleID

Digital Economy Bill sparks mass protest

TechRadar

Digital Economy Bill draws storm of protest

V3.co.uk

UK govt. introduces the Digitally Economical with the truth Bill

TelecomTV

MEPs approve broadband legislation

Top 10 Broadband

UK ISPs Concerned P2P Crackdown Will “Undermine” Digital Economy

ZeroPaid

More than 17,000 sign petition against filesharers being cut off as part of the Digital Britain report

SC Magazine

Radio Industry is Divided over Digital Economy Bill

Pravda

Protests grow over digital bill

BBC News

ISPA reveals broadband industry’s filesharing concerns

Cable.co.uk

Broadband body reveals concerns over filesharing plans

Top 10 Broadband

Piracy Debate Rages on

The UK Broadband Magazine

 

Was the Digital Economy Bill Consultation a Whitewash?

TorrentFreak

 

ISPs Hit Back At Digital Economy Bill

eWeek Europe

Digital Economy Bill outlines file-sharing penalties

Computeractive

Maximum fine set at £50,000 for illegal file-sharing

Broadband Genie

UK Digital Economy Bill As Bad As Expected

Techdirt

Digital Economy Bill: Industry disputes gov’t claims

ZDNet

UK Broadband ISPs Sound Opposition to New Illegal File Sharing Laws

ISPreview

 

U.K. Biz Welcomes Publication Of Anti-Piracy Measures

Billboard.biz

ISPA slams Mandy’s copyright land grab

The Register

Digital Economy Bill: Reactions

Webuser

No ‘broadband tax’ in government’s Digital Economy Bill

TechRadar

ISPs criticise government plans to store all comms data

ComputerWeekly

ISPs unhappy with data proposals

Computing

‘Big Brother’ data plan faces friction

Financial Times

 

Stephen Timms to Give Keynote Address at 2009 ISPA Conference

ISPreview

 

Gov’t stands firm on web-monitoring plans

ZDNet

 

ISPA interviewed on Sky News about EU Telecoms package

Sky News

Timms: up to £200m for superfast Scots

Samknows Broadband

ISPA bags Timms

MusicWeek

October

UK ISPA Interview with James Blessing

ISPreview

British Downloaders May Face Three-Strikes Law

CIO Today

 

Government to disconnect file-sharers from 2011

PC Pro

 

Internet ban for copyright infringers gets closer

Computeractive

 

U.K. Music Biz Reacts To Three-Strikes Pledge

Billboard.biz

Illegal downloaders will be disconnected – eventually

Computing.co.uk

Integrated Wi-Fi and 3G mobile broadband service launched for the first time

BroadbandExpert

Net pirates to be ‘disconnected’

BBC News

ApComms opposes plans to disconnect illegal file sharers

TelecomPaper

UK MPs Propose Action to Filter Internet Traffic and Stop Illegal P2P Cut-Offs

ISPreview

Apt Words from apComms

ComputerWorldUK

How to complain to your ISP effectively

Computeractive

September

Cinema-style classifications for broadband to stop illegal filesharing

Telegraph.co.uk

Squeeze file-sharers, stars say

BBC News

Artists Back Lily, Call For Three-Strikes Law

Billboard.biz

Piracy clampdown will cost each user £25

V3.co.uk

Vodafone: quality more important than speed

TechRadar

Aussies Embroiled in Botnet Protection Debate

Internet Evolution

UPDATE Broadband ISP Zen Internet Joins the UK Internet Watch Foundation

ISPreview

UK Lawyers Promise First Court Action Against File-Sharers

TorrentFreak

Doubt over ISPs’ ability to detect illegal file sharing

Computer Weekly

UK ISP Breathe Internet Scrubbed from ISPA and IWF Members List

ISPReview

August

British proposal to cut Web access to copyright infringers draws protest

ComputerWorld

UK industry welcomes tougher plans for tackling digital pirates

Screendaily.com

 

ISPs and campaigners slam file sharing law

ITPro

Virgin Media reveals filesharing concerns

Cable.co.uk

 

File-sharers in the UK may be cut off from web

Electronista

 

UK Government Threaten To ‘Cut-Off’ File Sharers

Metal Hammer

Updated Digital Britain report recommends, yes, to kick pirates off the Internet

CrunchGear

UK govt publishes new proposals to tackle P2P file sharing

TelecomPaper

 

Internet ban for file-sharers

Moneywise

Digital Britain plans amended: Government proposes disconnection for filesharers

BroadbandGenie

 

Anger at UK file-sharing policy

BBC News

UK urges tougher action on illegal file-sharing

Total Telecom

ISPs, rights groups react to gov’t P2P proposals

ZDNet.co.uk

 

U.K. Cracking Down On Illegal Music Downloaders

ChannelWeb

 

‘Hardcore’ File-Sharers Face Internet Cut Off

Gigwise.com

 

UK Consumer Groups and ISPs Concerned by New Gov Piracy Stance

ISPreview

New measures to cut off internet users for file-sharing introduced

Lawdit.co.uk

Government to crack down on illegal file-sharers

T3

 

Government File-Sharing Move Could Cut Off Entire Households

eWeek Europe

Pirates Face Internet Cut Off

Spong.com

Gov’t proposes disconnecting file-sharers

ZDNet.co.uk

UK Government plans to cut off file-sharers

Wired.co.uk

 

UK government to ‘cut off’ file-sharers

NME

UK.gov revives net cut-off threat for illegal downloaders

The Register

UK pirates ‘will be cut off’

Web User

 

UK file-sharers to be ‘cut off’

BBC News

A censorship model

Guardian.co.uk

Treasury Minister to follow Carter

Mobile News

 

ISPA raises Industry Standards at Nominet Best Practice Challenge awards

Broadband Genie

July

Ofcom broadband speeds report: reactions

Webuser

 

Broadband speeds failing customers

Webuser

Average UK broadband just over half advertised speed

The Register

 

Broadband rates ‘not up to speed’

BBC News

Average broadband speeds rising, says Ofcom

ZDNet

 

File-sharing sweep hits 20 “innocent” people

PC Pro

Innocents accused of net piracy

BBC News

June

UK ISPA Doubts Accuracy of Illegal Broadband File Sharing Evidence

ISPreview

 

Critics Slam Digital Britain Report

Citizens Online

Broadband tax backlash begins

PC Pro

Lord Carter’s decision to quit ‘won’t affect broadband

Top 10 Broadband

 

ISPA welcomes Digital Britain Review

The Telecom

 

Critics Slam Digital Britain Report

BusinessWeek

MP change ‘will not impact on Digital Britain plans’

Cable.co.uk

Broadband tax planned for telephone users

Computeractive

 

ISPs Welcome Digital Britain’s P2P Strategy

Billboard.biz

Digital Britain Report: Internet Services Providers’ Association calls it ‘pragmatic’

Public Technology.net

Digital Britain report draws mixed response

Computer Weekly

Digital Britain: Responses, drawbacks and shortfalls

BroadbandGenie

ISPA pleased with govt proposals on file-sharing

Telecom Paper

Digital Britain: Operators to charge ‘broadband tax’

ITPro

UK Digital Britain Reactions – Broadband ISPs and Industry Comments

ISPreview

 

ISPA Secretary General on the Digital Britain Report

Sky News

ISPA Secretary General on Illegal File-Sharing

BBC Today Programme

 

Virgin Media, Universal Offer ‘World First’ Unlimited MP3s

Billboard.biz

BBC licence fee ‘could be shared’

BBC News

 

Ofcom could get powers to act against file-sharers

Computeractive

Cutting off downloaders won’t work, says ISP

vnunet.com

May

All at sea in battle over online piracy

Evening Standard

7 Million UK Broadband ISP Users Involved in Illegal File Sharing

ISPreview

The internet – a threat to free speech?

Guardian.co.uk

 

Billy Bragg: Music Industry Wants ISPs to “Do Their Dirty Work”

ZeroPaid.com

Ofcom UK Speeds Up Telecoms and Broadband ISP Complaints

ISPReview

British ISPs say no to being copyright cops

The Inquirer

Copyright groups want action against downloaders

Vnunet.com

ISPA rejects calls for Internet monitoring

Broadband Expert

ISPA response to creative industries joint statement

Sky News

 

ISPA response to creative industries joint statement

BBC Radio 5 Live

BPI Clashes With ISPs

Billboard.biz

ISPs against file sharing disconnections

IABUK

UK ISPs don’t want to become the Internet Police

Bit-tech.net

Organisations band together over file sharers

TechWatch

 

Content Industry Still Want to File Sharers To Be Disconnected

ITProPortal.com

Bodies Supporting Creative Industries Call To Disconnect Illegal File-Sharers

Fresh Business Thinking

Downloads will lead to “creative crunch”, warns industry

Vnunet.com

UK: Entertainment Industry Wants ISPs to Police Internet

Security Management

 

ISPA critical of call to cut off file sharers

Computeractive

 

Illegal downloaders should be banned from the net

PC Advisor

UK Anti-P2P Abandon Pursuit of Individual File-Sharers; Make A Desperate Plea To EU

Blog Pirate

 

Calls again for illegal file sharers to be disconnected

Thinkbroadband

UK Group Proposes Internet Ban on Illegal Downloaders

Digital Journal

 

France gets tough on piracy

NetGuide

 

UK ISPs refuse to play Internet copyright cops

Ars Technica

UK Film Council Calls for ISP Disconnection of Illegal Broadband File Sharers

ISPreview

UK Govt. to hear calls to disconnect file sharers

Bit-tech.net

Illegal downloaders should be cut off from ‘net

ComputerWorld UK

Industry alliance calls for urgent action against illegal downloaders

Broadband Genie

Hollywood, labels, muscle UK on file sharing

P2PNet

UK ISPA rejects call for blocking file-sharers

TelecomPaper

UK Entertainment Industry Wants to Disconnect Pirates

TorrentFreak

 

Film industry turns up P2P heat on Carter

The Register

 

Government urged to disconnect pirate file sharers

ITPro

ISPs scorn calls for disconnection

Music Week

 

Call to ‘disconnect file-sharers’

BBC News

Authorities target faster exam cheat takedowns

The Register

April

Governments UK ISP Internet Snooping to Cost £2Billion Pounds

ISPreview

Burnham to address MW event

Music Week

 

Phone bills ‘will rise’ to pay for database

Sott.net

Government scraps plans for vast e-mail database

The Herald

 

UK outlines Facebook monitoring plans

ZDNet

British Government Backs Down over Database Plan

Enterprise Security Today

Experts wary of latest Big Brother comms data plans

Vnunet.com

ISPs eye role in Jacqui’s mass surveillance system

The Register

 

UK scraps plans for Big Brother database

The Times

 

Government looks to ISPs as it cuts comms database plan

ITPro

 

Smith drops plans for state web database

The Financial Times

UK Government Drops Plans For Web, Phone and Email Monitoring Plan

ITProPortal.com

National database dropped but all our communications will still be monitored

Daily Telegraph

Phone bills ‘will rise’ to pay for database

The Independent

 

Gov’t committee launches ISP regulation inquiry

ZDNet.co.uk

 

Making online music pay – June conference announced

Music Week

Personal web data to be stored for a year

The Independent

Personal web data to be stored for a year

Independent Minds

 

Some ISPs more equal than others in data retention implementation

Computer Weekly

 

March

One in five in favour of peer-to-peer broadband restrictions

BroadbandGenie

 

Industry ponders fate of Wacky Jacqui’s überdatabase

The Register

MidemNet video: The big issue – How can music and ISPs work together – Part 1: four visions

MidemNet Blog

 

One in Five Think ISPs Should Impose Restrictions on Illegal P2P

ISPreview

 

EU Data Retention Directive provokes widespread condemnation

Vnunet.com

 

ISPs must comply with snooping law from Sunday

Hack in the Box

 

ISPs must comply with snooping law from Sunday

Computing

Broadband Speedtesters still misleading consumers

Hexus Lifestyle

February

Small businesses pay the price for online crime

PoliceProfessional.com

 

Blocking child abuse images cost prohibitive for small ISPs

TelecomPaper

 

Cops “don’t know one end of computer from the other”

Silicon.com

Some UK ISPs have not blocked child porn sites

Neowin.net

Can we block child abuse sites?

BBC News: dot.life

ISPA Parliamentary Advisory Forum on E-Crime

Security Watch

e-Crime under the spotlight in Parliament next week

PublicTechnology.net

Jacqui’s jihad on web extremism flops

The Register

Industry demands clearer view for Digital Britain

NMA

ISPs and Industry Agree:Music Matters

Music Week

ISPA welcomes Carter report, concerned over Rights Agency

TelecomPaper

January

 

Broadband users could pick up cost of copyright policing

Computer Weekly

Digital Britain Report: Muted thumbs up from the Internet Services Providers’ Association

PublicTechnology.net

Digital Britain Reactions – UK ISP Industry Comments

ISPreview

ISPA Secretary General gives response to the Digital Britain Interim Report

BBC Five Live

ISPA Secretary General gives response to the Digital Britain Interim Report

Sky News

Google seeks for reform in UK copyrights

SEO News

Licensing Remains Essential But Elusive For Digital Music Providers

Intellectual Property Watch

 

Tanya Byron’s role in Digital Britain

Guardian.co.uk

ISPs will not be forced to disconnect users who illegally download music

Telegraph.co.uk

ISPs and police at odds over child abuse data costs

PC Pro

 

Google calls for UK copyright reforms

Guardian.co.uk

ISPs criticise child protection cop’s bid to rewrite RIPA

The Register

Cops have to BUY paedo info

The Sun

Internet firms charge child abuse unit to track paedophiles

Daily Telegraph

 

Child protection boss blasts ISP’s costs

Police Oracle

Sex abuse investigations cost British police

HeraldGlobe

Child abuse unit forced to pay for data

Emergency Services News

 

Internet service providers charging CEOP for data

Computeractive

Child unit boss blasts ISPs’ costs

Metro.co.uk

 

ISPs urged to drop “repugnant” charges

Child and Young People Now

Child abuse unit paying for ISP data

Publicservice.co.uk

ISPA Secretary General on the BBC Today Programme – 6.50am – talking about cost recovery

BBC Today Programme

 

Child abuse unit paying for data

BBC News

Child unit boss blasts ISPs’ costs

Press Association

Music world embracing unlimited downloads

Best Make Money

Music Industry Imitates Digital Pirates to Turn a Profit

New York Times

MidemNet: Robbie Williams’ Manager Attacks Govt On P2P Regulation

PaidContent:UK

 

MidemNet 2009: Music and ISPs Working Together

Music Ally

 

MidemNet: UK ISPs, Music Biz Warn Against Looming Govt Regulation

PaidContent:UK

MidemNet 2009: Music and ISPA Wary of Government Legislation

Music Ally

MidemNet 2009: Biz Looks To Licensing ISPs

Billboard.biz

 

MidemNet 2009: Music and ISPs Debate

Music Ally

Music world embracing unlimited downloads

International Herald and Tribune

UK.gov ‘to create anti-net piracy agency’

The Register

 

UK.gov prepares for filesharing fracas

The Register

Broadband speeds less than half the advertised rate

The Daily Telegraph

 

 

Popularity of BBC iPlayer could grind internet to a halt

The Daily Telegraph

2008

December

Panic As Global Web Cables Cut

SkyNews

ISPA prefers industry-led approach to tackle online piracy

TelecomPaper

 

Ofcom code of practice welcomed by ISPA

TechWatch

 

New COP on broadband speeds welcomed by the ISPA

broadband expert

 

ISPA welcomes broadband Code of Practice

PublicTechnology.net

ISPA Secretary General appeared on the TV News Programme More4 talking about the IWF Wikipedia issue

More4

How iPlayer will become our player for your friends

The Guardian

ISPA welcomes broadband Code of Practice

The Telecom

Concerns Raised over Hi-Velocity Broadband Migration Woes

ISPreview

ISPA response to the Code of Practice on Broadband Speeds

BBC Today Programme

Hi-Velocity users experiencing migration problems

thinkbroadband.com

 

ISPA Showcases New 2009 Broadband Categories

ISPreview

November

ISPA Secretary General appeared on the BBC Today Programme – 7.21am – talking about content liability

BBC Today Programme

 

Home Office net snooping masterplan

The Register

 

The Internet’s workplace future

BCS

 

Government plans for ‘black box’

The Inquirer

 

UK: Government Black Boxes

Justgetthere.us

 

UK ISPs Near Agreement On Illegal File Sharing

Slashdot

UK Music head confident of progress

TelecomPaper

Music industry and ISPs agree

Techwatch

Government black boxes will ‘collect every email’

Independent

ISPreview

UK Music Industry and ISPs Near Agreement

 

Sharkey confident at ISPA conference

MusicWeek

 

October

Another week of righting wrongs

The Telegraph

Sharkey to address ISPA

MusicWeek

 

Lack of ISP straight bat on bandwidth limits

Telecom TV

UK broadband users face usage constraints

JustSearch

Broadband users meet their limit

Meet the Geek

UK minister looks for delete key on user generated content

The Register

September

Timico CTO elected by ISPA

Thetelecom.co.uk

August

Home Office to snoop on Internet traffic

Computer Weekly

 

Gov’t: Comms database may not deter serious crime

ZDnet

Make sure you don’t get lost in cyberspace

Computer Weekly

ISPA Secretary General appeared on BBC 6 O’Clock News discussing the Committee Report

ISPs must self police on content says MP’s report

Computing

 

Industry told to regulate “dark side” of the internet

Computer Active

July

Best streaming Provider at the ISPAs

Broadcast Now

ISPA Secretary-General appeared on BBC News24 discussing the peer2peer consultation

UK moves against free downloading

Euractiv

June

ISPs may be forced to regulate illegal music and film downloads

ComputerActive

 

ISPs face fresh threat from file-sharing laws

Silicon

Voluntary broadband code needs to apply to mobile broadband too

BroadbandExpert

 

ISP code targets broadband speed confusion

ZDNet

Calls to extend Ofcom code of practice

BroadbandChoices

 

 

Broadband advertising: Call for new code to cover mobile internet

Domain-B

Clocking the right speed: UK regulator mandates clarity on broadband

TelecomTV

Broadband speed: ISPs accept ‘code of practice’

Silicon

 

Ofcom demands clarity on broadband speeds

What PC?

 

Ofcom introduces broadband speed code

Reuters

Ofcom issues broadband code

IT Week

Ofcom implements ISP code for broadband speeds

PC Advisor

 

Ofcom bottles speed sanctions with new broadband code

PCPro

 

Broadband speed: Ofcom introduces code for providers

Guardian

 

Customers misled about broadband speeds, says Ofcom

The Times

Ofcom asks ISPs nicely to stop mis-selling broadband on speed

The Register

High-speed internet: Ofcom to introduce code for broadband adverts

Guardian

Ofcom tackles broadband connections

Pocket Lint

 

Broadband speed: the reaction

WebUser

Ofcom issues broadband code

IT WeekOfcom introduces broadband speed code

Reuters

Ofcom implements ISP code for broadband speeds

PC Advisor

Ofcom bottles speed sanctions with new broadband code

PC Pro

Broadband speed code introduced

WebUser

May

Gov’t planning centralised communications database

ZDNet

U.K. government eyes database for storing info on electronic communications

Computerworld

Critics attack gov’t email, phone database plan

Silicon

ICANN attacks ‘fat and happy’ IPv4 users

ZDNet

March

Report calls for online lifeguards

ITPro

 

Cybercrime is in a state of flux

The Guardian

Doubts surface over net safety report

PCPro

 

Concerns raised over online child safety

The Guardian

 

Don’t let the record industry duck the law

PCPro

February

Filesharers petition Downing Street on ‘three strikes’

The Register

 

BPI, ISPs interviewed and more

Guardian Podcast

ISPs given deadline to shut down file-sharing

BCS

Filesharing law ‘unworkable’

The Guardian

 

UK Government steps up anti-piracy rhetoric

TechRadar

ISPs to face piracy legislation

WebUser

Unease at filesharing crackdown

The Guardian

ISPs reject proposed law in call for self-regulation

Computing

ISPs Reject Govt Monitoring & Banning Proposals

Trusted Reviews

UK ISPs Not Keen On Being Babysitters

Broadband Reports

UK ISPs don’t want to play umpire to “three strikes” rule

Ars Technica

Net firms reject monitoring role

BBC News

Tiscali and BPI go to war over ‘three strikes’ payments

The Register

UK ISPs Balk at Unplugging P2P Pirates

Slyck

Three-strikes copyright enforcement may come to UK

Ars Technica

UK File Shares Could Lose Web Access

Washington Post

Illegal music downloaders to face Internet ban

ThinkBroadband

ISPs demand record biz pays up if cut-off P2P users sue

The Register

January

EU backs ISPs over file-sharing

ZDNet

UK to take terror fight online – Home Secretary

The Times

UK Says It Wants to Tackle Net Terror

Associated Press

Proposal to shut terror-linked sites

ComputerActive

Home Sec in anti-terror plan to control entire web

The Register

Government piles filesharing pressure on UK ISPs

The Register

UK broadband to soar in 2008

VNU Net

ISPA expects growth in IPTV in 2008

IPTV Watch

Broadband speeds will lead innovation

Broadband Choices

 

Better broadband key to business and technology expansion in 2008

Scenta

Improved internet connectivity ‘will drive innovation’

OneStopClick

2007

VoIP to benefit from higher broadband speed

Telappliant News

Illegal film and TV downloaders could lose their links to the web

The Times

Improving broadband speeds will advance technology

ihotdesk

Entertainment cartels vs consumers

P2PNET

 

Broadband speeds under scrutiny

Silicon

 

Ofcom panel calls for broadband speed remedy

ITPro

ISPs “in the dark” over BT’s next-gen broadband

PCPRO

 

Broadband summit: Speed is the key

Silicon

Broadband ”has created” new technologies

Equimedia

Broadband “becoming the norm”

Broadband-Finder

UK’s infrastructure has ‘limited broadband speeds’

ihotdesk

 

French record industry, ISPs in entente to boot off file-sharers

The Register

ISPs baffled by Gordo’s ‘plans’ for web terror talks

The Register

Do ISPs Really Want Crime on Their Networks?

ComputingNews

 

 

 

Anti file-sharing laws considered

BBC

Government hints at ISP filesharing crackdown

ZDNet

Record industry pushes ISPs to cut off file sharers

The Register

Government ready to legislate on file-sharing

PC Pro

UK government plans file-sharing laws

VnuNet

UK Wants To Force ISPs to Block File Sharing

Broadband Reports

PlusNet are champions!

UK Broadband User Group

PlusNet Win ISPA Charity Cup From Claranet

ISP Review

 

ISPA Dismisses A Change In Role As Impracticable And Unreasonable

The Informed Executive

Two-tier internet could damage future growth

VnuNet

Weight-Loss Spam

TechNews

 

Whose internet is it anyway?

VnuNet

Lords considered rewriting internet

PCPro

BBC iPlayer sparks broadband row

Silicon

BBC iPlayer a Bandwidth Hog?

BusinessWeek

BBC’s multimedia player causes row over bandwidth

WashingtonPost

Government urged to tackle root causes of internet crime

Out-Law

ISPs ask government for help in securing web

Tech

Data leaks – Europe readies new rules

Silicon

Data retention law passed in UK

Out-Law

UK phone records to be kept for a year

The Register

ISPs ‘should not be internet’s gatekeepers’

BroadbandFinder

British ISPs Blast Belgian P2P Ruling

BusinessWeek

ISPA say they are not the internet’s gatekeepers

UK Broadband User Group

UK ISPs:’We’re not Responsible for Illegal File-Sharing on Our Networks’

Net4Now

ISPs: ‘We’re not Responsible for Illegal File-Sharing on Our Networks’ ZeroPaid

ISPs stand firm after P2P ruling

ZDNet

ISP told to block file-sharing in landmark case

Out-Law

Tories Blame ISPs For File Sharing – ISPs Disagree

ISP Review

ISPs face down Tories on file sharing

The Register

Q&A: Censoring the net

Times Online

Website bomb-making lessons to be outlawed across Europe

Times Online

Court victory for ‘Queen of routine’ over online attacks

The Scotsman

Transparency urged over ‘unlimited’ deals

Broadband Finder

Major step towards ‘unlimited broadband’

Easier

ISPA: ‘Stop advertising unlimited broadband’

Technology News

ISPA says no to ‘unlimited’

UK Broadband User Group

ISPA to members: play fair on fair use

The Register

ISPA Promotes Transparent Fair Usage Policies

ISP Review

ISPs urged closer contact with authorities

Broadband Finder

UK calls for ISPs to provide 24hr contacts

Legalbrief

 

ISPs urged to provide police with emergency contacts

OutLaw

New ISPA document on dealing with law enforcement agencies

Think Broadband

ISPA UK advocates ISPs’ strong links with the Law

eGovMonitor

ISPA outlines ISPs duties

Uk Broadband User Group

ISPs to ‘strengthen ties’ with government

The Register

ISPs offered legal advice

Webuser

Internet Association advises ISPs how to help police

Net4Now

ISPA Advises ISP’s On Dealing With The LAW

ISP Review

Orange broadband converges out of ISPA code of practice

The Register

Orange ISPA shocker

UK Broadband User Group

ISPA sets out anti-spam guidelines

ITPro

UK ISP association issues spam guidelines

Virus Bulletin

Spam-fighting recommendations given

BCS

ISPA publishes new guidelines to help stamp out spam

Computer Active

ISPA recommendations on combating spam

Think Broadband

ISPA publishes anti-spam standard

Computer Weekly

ISPA Publishes New SPAM Recommendations

ISP Review

ISP association offers guidance on Spam

Net4now

ISPA recommends how to reduce spam

UK Broadband User Group

ISPs advised on spam policies

Web User

Games firm woos ISPs on shopping file sharers

The Register

 

Ofcom learns lessons from Biscit fallout

The Register

ISPA to give evidence on spam and security

Bigmouthmedia

Spam storm needs ISP action, urges security chief

Silicon

ISPA Gives Evidence on Personal Internet Security

ISP Review

ISPA called to give evidence

Net4now

 

ISPA to give evidence on personal internet security

eGov monitor

ISP executives to appear before Lords inquiry

ComputerworldUK

ISPA to go to The Lords

UK-bug.net

ISPA to give internet security evidence to House of Lords

New Media Age

Biscit goes titsup

The Register

 

Confusion as Biscit withdraws from ISP association

ZDNet

Biscit not taking on new broadband customers

Think Broadband

 

Biscit’s Broadband Signups Suspended

ISP Review

Biscit barrels out of ISPA

The Register

Confusion as Biscit withdraws from ISP association

ZDNet

 

European Commission is the villain over .eu controversy

Outlaw

Amnesty: ISPs must protect free speech

ZDNet

 

Amnesty: ISPs must safeguard free speech

Silicon

 

Amnesty calls for ISPs to protect free speech

Platinax

 

Video on demand: can the web cope?

WebUser

 

Amnesty to sound warning to ISPs

WebUser

 

Rise of video downloads threatens gridlock on net

The Guardian

Music industry wants ISPs to stop pirates

CNET

Experts Say Email Will Be Default Communication For Confidential Data By 2009

BizReport

 

Experts Say Email Will Be Default Communication For Confidential Data By 2009

All Headline News

Niche ISP market worth over £1bn in UK

Netimperitive

Niche ISPs turnover £1.15 billion each year

Net4Now

Ofcom publishes review of niche ISPs

IT PRO

Ofcom findings on ISP research

UK Broadband User Group

Online attacks continue to rise

IT Week

The e-fraud unit? You’re looking at him

PC Pro

 

 

2006

Browned off with broadband

Web User

 

Privacy law call as video of McConnell’s son’s friends appears online

Scotsman

 

ISPA slams Government over plans for ISP block list

New Media Age

 

ISPA calls for co-operation

UK Broadband User Group

 

Claranet top UK ISP, on the pitch at least

IT Pro

Claranet Wins ISPA Charity Cup (Football)

ISP Review

ISPs seek help against online criminals

Net4Now

UK ISPs caution against more regulations

Telecom Paper

Claranet Defeats AOL

Light Reading

 

Police charged £1m a year hunting online criminals

Daily Mail

 

TalkTalk chief again admits trouble and strife

ComputerActive

 

Industry unites to tackle online safety fears

IT PRO

 

Wi-Fi service breaches ISP conditions

Out-Law

Teens die after logging into ‘suicide chat rooms’

The Independent

Net supply switch ‘to be easier’

BBC

Babycare guru demands closure of ‘defamatory’ site

The Register

ISPs slam attempts to reveal alleged file sharers

PC Pro

ISPs slam attempts to reveal alleged file sharers

Mac User

ISPs outraged at music download licensing proposals

Techspot

ISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

VNU Net

ISPs reject calls for music tariffs

CNETISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

What PC?

ISPA UK Revamps Website

ISP Review

 

ISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

IT Week

Copyright Reform Threatens ISP’s

ISP Review

ISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

ComputingISPs renounce music tariffs

Silicon

ISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

PC Magazine Internet companies reject plans for tariff to offset music piracy

Guardian

ISPs outraged at music download licensing plan

InfomaticsInternet firms reject ‘piracy tariff’ plan

GuardianInternet companies reject plans for tariff to offset music piracy

Guardian

Music labels want ISPs to pay extra for illegal filesharers

Guardian

Should music downloads be free?

BBC

Indie labels want copyright shift

BBC

Surfing with a safety net

The Guardian

Ofcom reports on how to protect citizens from harmful internet content

PublicTechnology.net

Computer Security Hopes and Fears

MrWeb

Ofcom research into consumer protection on the internet

eGov Monitor

Consumer protection a DIY job on the net

Silicon.com

An Ofcom thumbs-up to new media regulation

Silicon.com

Internet provider loyalty hard to find

Financial Times

A real tool against terror

Computer Weekly

Zen’s Broadband Price Warning

ISP Review

BT installs new system to block child porn sites

KeralaNext

Privacy under pressure in Europe

Financial Times

FAST knuckles down on illegal software sharers

Ping Wales

ISPs, telcos and police voice fears over data retention cost

ZDNet

UK MP, ISPs to Discuss Data Act

Web Host Industry Review

Concerns over European legislation on data retention

TECHSPOT

Home Secretary commits to consult with Internet Service Providers

eGov monitor

Can ISPs recover data retention costs in the UK?

out-law.com

Clarke tries to quell fears

UK Broadband User Group

Home Secretary commits to tallk to ISPs over data retention laws

Net4Now

Clarke: ‘There’ll be no U-turn on data retention’

Silicon.com

Charles Clarke On Data Retention Costs

ISP Review

Home Secretary to push ahead with data retention law

ZDNet

Christmas presents power boom in music downloads

The Guardian

2005

ISPA reminds ISPs of requirement to provide an ADR scheme

ADSLGuide

ISP’s urged to avoid fines

UK Broadband User Group

ISPs urged to comply to Ofcom complaints procedures

Net4Now

ISP’s Warned To Avoid Ofcom’s Fines

ISP Review

Internet Trade Association urges ISPs to avoid Ofcom fines

Telecom Paper

EU approves data retention rules

BBC

MEPs vote for mandatory data retention

Yahoo! News

EU Approves Data Retention

ISP Review

MEPs vote for mandatory data retention

The Register

ISPA Annual Charity Cup 2005

ADSLGuide

The Internet Services Providers’ Association Kicks Off Annual Charity Cup

UK Broadband User Group

ISPA Annual Charity Cup 2005

Broadband 123

AOL Wins ISPA Football Tournament

ISP Review

Broadband in the UK: spoilt for choice

VNUNet

MP urges ISPs to come clean on child abuse

The Register

MP Urges UK ISP’s To Come Clean

ISP Review

Internet child porn block calls

BBC

The Weekly Round-Up

Silicon.com

Leader: Why we still applaud the idea of ‘Get Safe Online’

Silicon.com

Get Safe Online Initiative Flounders

ISP Review

“Toothless” online safety drive ‘will fail without ISPs’

Silicon.com

EuroISPA offer advice on Phishing scams

net4now

Stay safe from phishers

Webuser

Suicide Sites Girl ‘Secretly Got Rid Of Parental Controls’ To Access The Internet

Yorkshire Post

Government porn crackdown won’t change ISP role

WebUser

Bulldog not up to speed

The Guardian

Cut-off customer threatens PlusNet with DPA

The Register

Ofcom sent 135 Bulldog Complaints

The Register

Brits to bankroll anti-terror plans

Contractor UK

Bulldog faces Ofcom complaints

The Register

Bulldog removes ‘best broadband provider’ claim from website

The Register

Bulldog assures ISPA that things will improve

ADSLGuide

Concern grows about Bulldog’s broadband service

ZDNet

ISPA wins assurances from Bulldog

The Register

Bulldog Reassures ISPA

ISP Review

ISPA contacts Bulldog over spike in customer complaints

The Register

ISPA Pursues Bulldog Over Complaints

ISP Review

Call log proposal faces trade protests

Financial Times

Net industry urged to co-operate following London bombings

The Register

Ofcom releases UK radio spectrum to free market

Techworld

ISPA welcome Ofcom’s changes

UK Broadband User Group

ISPA welcomes BT regulatory approach from Ofcom

Telecom Paper

ISPA Welcomes Ofcom/BT Deal

ISP Review

Price is the key for broadband adoption, finds ISPA

PC PRO

Motive warns that service providers must balance service and price to prosper

Eurpean Communications

ISPA warns on choosing an ISP

The Register

Price is the key for broadband adoption, finds ISPA

Mac User

Motive warn that service providers must balance service amd price to prosper

European Communications

Users prioritise price over quality when choosing an Internet connection

UK Broadband User Group

Users ISP Choice – Price Before Quality

ISP Review

Survey shows price not quality important when selecting an ISP

Net4Nowt

Spam spat gags frustrated emailer

The Guardian

Ofcom may have to police internet content

The Guardian

DMA voices email frustrations

Revolution

Broadsurf’s Gio Offer & Free Support

ISP Review

ISPs demand radio spectrum

ZDNet

ISPs demand radio spectrum

WIFI-BASE

ISPs demand radio spectrum

Broadband Reports.Com

ISPA calls on Ofcom to consider needs of ISPs

www.net4nowt.com

Ofcom Must Consider ISPs In Radio Spectrum Review

www.uk-bug.net

ISPA Calls For Wireless Consideration

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISPA believes in equality of access without separation of BT

www.adslguide.org.uk

ISPs fear losing customers over Ofcom changes

www.netimperative.com

ISPs Fear Ofcom Number Changes

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISP Customer Support Departments Fear Results of Number Translation Services Review

www.net4nowt.com

ISPs agree with Ofcom to leave BT intact

www.pcpro.co.uk

ISPA: Achieve Equality Without the Structural Separation of BT

www.net4nowt.com

ISPA hopes for un-separated BT

www.ispreview.co.uk

The ISPA sides with Ofcom

www.uk-bug.net

IT industry told to ‘cough up’ by child campaigners

www.theregister.co.uk

ISPs wary of BT’s network upgrade plans

www.zdnet.co.uk

ISPs wary of BT’s network upgrade plans

uk.news.yahoo.com

ISPs fear BT’s network upgrade plans mean monopoly

www.broadbandreports.com

ISPA Talks Next Generation Networks

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISPA share concerns of Next Generation Networks

www.net4nowt.com

Calls for code to halt web piracy

www.ft.com

Calls for code to halt piracy on the internet

www.ft.com

IFPI drafts ‘code of conduct’ for ISPs

www.theregister.co.uk

IFPI drafts ‘code of conduct’ for ISPs

www.ispreview.co.uk

Child porn site blocks supported

www.bbc.co.uk

ISPA Supports Worldwide Sweep On Spam

www.net4nowt.com

Trophy For Web Pioneer

www.cambridge-news.co.uk

Brightview’s Free Anti-Paedophile Tool

www.ispreview.co.uk

Broadband at greater risk from computer viruses

news.scotsman.com

Webminder Offered Free to Block Access to Child Abuse Websites

news.scotsman.com

ISPA honoured by Internet Watch Foundation

www.net4nowt.com

ISPA Awarded For IWF Support

www.ispreview.co.uk

IWF Honours LINX

www.ispreview.co.uk

Ofcom Mulls Internet Regulation

www.ispreview.co.uk

Watchdog calls for web policing debate

news.independent.co.uk

Net Regulation ‘Still Possible’

www.bbc.co.uk

Ofcom blows hot air in regulation threat?

www.netimperative.com

Net called into question

www.contractoruk.com

ISPs fear greater net regulation

news.zdnet.co.uk

Internet regulation ‘not ruled out’ – Ofcom chief

www.dmeurope.com

2004 – That was the ISP year that was

www.net4nowt.com

2004

UK ISPs applauded a govt. proposal to treat VoIP with a light regulatory touch

Communications Daily (pdf.)

ISPs angry about broadband regulation

www.zdnet.co.uk

ISPA calls for revised Margin Squeeze Test

www.adslguide.org.uk

ISPA wants ‘Margin Squeeze’ review

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISPA calls on Ofcom for change

www.uk-bug.net

Secret lives of high-tech teenagers

www.timesonline.co.uk

Online music pirates will be collared within days

www.silicon.com

ISPs & UK market consolidation

www.ispreview.co.uk

The great ISP buyout

www.theregister.co.uk

Parents must do more to protect kids online

www.theregister.co.uk

Parents not protecting kids from the web

www.netimperative.com

Parents ignore web safety rules

www.webuser.com

ISPA asks parents to act – online safety

www.ispreview.co.uk

Parents not protecting kids from the web

www.netimperative.com

Q&A: the legal war against online music swapping

www.thetimes.co.uk

Telcos plan to run VoIP out of town

www.silicon.com

Willekeur bij het wissen van sites

www.netkwesties.nl

Incumbent telcos accused of plotting against VoIP

www.zdnet.co.uk

BT rearranges the MST deckchairs

www.adslguide.org.uk

BT scales back wholesale broadband price rises

www.theregister.co.uk

New e-minister urged to intervene in broadband row

www.theregister.co.uk

ISPA Meet BT – Usage Based Charging

www.ispreview.co.uk

Ofcom sets up dialling code for Internet phone calls

www.vnunet.com

British ruling cheers VoIP industry

www.cnet.com

VoIP users to get new phone numbers – and no blackout protection?

www.silicon.com

Ofcom cheers industry with VoIP number ruling

www.zdnet.co.uk

Business broadband charges to be slashed

www.vnunet.com

BT examines broadband price hikes

www.theregister.co.uk

ISPA warn of 32% price hike and threat to ISPs

www.net4nowt.com

Small ISPs ‘face ruin’ over BT price hikes

www.zdnet.co.uk

Anti-terrorist law still under fire

www.rsf.org

5 years ago… Wire-tapping laws set to cost UK ISPs millions

www.silicon.com

ISPA to petition against price hike for BT IPStream

www.newmediazero.com

ISPA help members over BT price hike

www.net4nowt.com

ISPs to meet Ofcom over BT broadband price hikes

www.zdnet.co.uk

Porn filters ineffective against Tribbles

www.theregister.co.uk

BT defends child porn figures

www.netimperative.com

BT defends child porn data

www.e-consultancy.com

ISPs Want BT to Clarify Data on Attempts to Access Child Abuse Sites

Washington Internet Daily (pdf)

BT on child porn stats

www.theregister.co.uk

BT responds with Cleanfeed clarity

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISPA responds to BT Cleanfeed stats

www.net4nowt.com

Blair backs BT child porn prevention filter

www.vnunet.com

Blair backs BT child porn prevention filter

www.whatpc.co.uk

ISPA seeks analysis of BT’s ‘Cleanfeed’ stats

www.theregister.co.uk

Thousands clicking on child porn every day

www.reuters.co.uk

BT blocks 230k attempts to access child porn

www.theregister.co.uk

Two days left to win £50

www.timesonline.co.uk

Creative industries forum on intellectual property

www.wired-gov.net

Hack through the rich-media jungle

www.timesonline.co.uk

Zen join ISPA Council

www.net4nowt.com

Zen’s Blessing Joins ISPA Council

www.ispreview.co.uk

Ofcom review threatens viability of VoIP services

www.newmediazero.com

Excuse me while I do my best to cause offence

www.icwales.co.uk

The weekly round up

www.silicon.com

Filtering that damn spam

www.taipeitimes.com

Self-regulation beats state control

www.journalism.co.uk

BT Web Blocking Worries ISPs, Civil Liberties Groups

Washington Internet Daily (pdf)

BT’s modest plan to clean up the Net

www.theregister.co.uk

BT to block access to child porn sites

www.out-law.com

BT’s modest plan to clean up the Net

www.electricnews.net

Consumer rage over iPod mini e-tailer sites

www.silicon.com

Ofcom web code ‘not necessary’, broadcasters say

www.timesonline.co.uk

Walking a Tightrope

www.guardian.co.uk

ISPA: users should report dodgy content…

www.theregister.co.uk

ISPA – Irresponsible Internet Users

www.ispreview.co.uk

Survey: Web users ignore illegal content

www.zdnet.co.uk

Round Up: Above board

www.newmediazero.com

Internet users turning a blind eye to illegal sites

www.silicon.com

Who do you think is responsible for web content?

www.out-law.com

Net users unclear about legal responsibilities claims ISP survey

www.pcpro.co.uk

Internet Users Responsibilities, Unlawful and Illegal Content

www.Net4nowt.com

Cyber-crime fight may need new laws

www.vnunet.com

MPs warned over massive scale of digital crime

www.pcpro.co.uk

The Right Line on Complaints

www.guardian.co.uk

Net pervert warning to parents

www.manchesteronline.co.uk

Crypto plan to anonymise P2P thwart RIAA

www.theregister.co.uk

Activist slams song-swap battle

news.bbc.co.uk

We’ll sue illegal music downloaders, says BPI

www.guardian.co.uk

Net accused over 1,500 per cent rise in child porn crimes

www.silicon.com

Net blamed for massive increase in child porn

www.theregister.co.uk

2003

TeleCity joins trade group, offers deals

www.thewhir.com

TeleCity two-month trial for ISPA members

www.net4nowt.com

Tiscali shuts forums following ‘racist’ complaints

www.theregister.co.uk

UK ISPs reassured over ‘royalty tariff’ claim

www.zdnet.co.uk

Oftel approves ISP arbitration scheme

www.zdnet.co.uk

ISPA announces new consumer complaints scheme

www.netimperative.com

Internet dispute resolution service gets go ahead

www.silicon.com

Complaints? About ISPs? Surely not!

www.theregister.co.uk

UK regulator approves new dispute resolution procedure

www.telecomweb.com

ISPs and telcos must choose between two dispute schemes

www.out-law.com

Firenet celebrates

www.net4nowt.com

Less regulation would benefit broadband, BT tells MPs

www.internet-magazine.com

UK broadband rollout ‘bound by red tape’

www.macworld.co.uk

MPs hear evidence on UK broadband

news.bbc.co.uk

No broadband price cuts in sight

www.pcpro.co.uk

OFTEL unlikley to demand broadband cost cuts – report

www.theregister.co.uk

Broadband needs a push

www.vnunet.com

ISPA: Set trigger levels for all exchanges

www.zdnet.co.uk

ISPA submits broadband action plan to parliament

www.theregister.co.uk

ISPs call for broadband regulation

www.pcpro.co.uk

ISPA’s submission to select committee

www.net4nowt.com

Government on ‘snooping’ code collision course

www.silicon.com

Demon Internet – Every piece of the puzzle

www.newmediazero.com

Industry attacks Tory plans for ISP chatroom liability

www.newmediazero.com

Firms given libel warning

www.vnunet.com

Code of practice could cause ISPs to breach the Data Protection Act

www.computerweekly.com

Footballer’s agent threatens to sue over rape case rumours

www.guardian.co.uk

Football ‘rape’ case prompts net debate

news.bbc.co.uk

Web gossipmonger warned over rape allegations

www.guardian.co.uk

Media warned over football ‘rape’ case

news.bbc.co.uk

Lawyers track down email rumour source

www.dailymail.co.uk

Battle to control media in soccer rape allegation

www.guardian.co.uk

‘Rape’ names still on internet

www.itv.com

Football ‘rape’ names on Net despite ban

www.thetimes.co.uk

Media warned over rape investigation

www.espn.com

Media warned not to name players in rape case

www.iol.co.za

Alleged football rapists ‘named’

www.sportinglife.com

Rape-claim footballers named on Internet

www.rte.ie

Rape claim footballers named on net

www.femail.co.uk

Names of rape claim footballers still on internet

www.irelandonline.co.uk

Web sites shut over ‘rape’ rumors

www.cnn.com

Rape-case players may be named on internet

www.thescotsman.co.uk

Names of rape claim footballers still on internet

www.examiner.ie

Rape claim footballers named on net

www.icbirmingham.co.uk

Website shut for naming players accused of rape

www.independent.co.uk

Internet fears over ‘rape’ claim

www.thisislondon.co.uk

ISPA shortlisted for technology award

www.net4nowt.com

ISPA Shortlisted For Contribution Award

www.ispreview.co.uk

silicon.com readers cast their votes in CNETUK Awards

www.silicon.com

Web firms rubbish ministers’ email plan

www.guardian.co.uk

Finding the e-vaccine

www.newmediazero.com

Data retention: ISPs voice concerns

www.out-law.com

ISPA Concerned Over Data Retention

www.ispreview.co.uk

RIPA recommendations welcomed by ISPA data retention concerns remain

www.net4nowt.com

OFT granted powers to spy on suspects

www.ft.com

Industry demands review of Internet security laws

www.newmediazero.com

BPI works on strategy to fend off illegal file sharers

www.newmediazero.com

Net4Nowt to indicate ISPA members

www.net4nowt.com

ISPs say users won’t see benefit of BT price cuts

www.newmediazero.com

BT ordered to cut cost of wholesale Internet access

www.newmediazero.com

BT pays back £20m to net access rivals

www.telegraph.co.uk

BT told to cut internet charges

news.bbc.co.uk

ISPs hit back at spam allegations at inquiry

www.cw360.com

Second spam summit to hear ISP defence

www.netimperative.com

ISPA to deny claims at spam inquiry

www.net4nowt.com

Thus backs safe surfing for kids scheme

www.silicon.com

Firms’ websites face hacking threat tomorrow

www.timesonline.co.uk

ISPs deny MP’s spam sham charge

www.vnunet.com

ISPA presses Government for spamming framework

www.newmediazero.com

MPs want to give industry power to blacklist spam-friendly ISPs

www.computerweekly.com

ISPs call for spam law clarification

www.vnunet.com

ISPA wants Government clarification over spam

www.net4nowt.com

ISPA Seeks Gov Anti-SPAM Law Clarity

www.ispreview.co.uk

APIG plans spam summit to push global crackdown

www.newmediazero.com

ISPA looks for spam law clarity

www.netimperative.com

Spam inquiry to focus on international laws

www.zdnet.co.uk

MPs and industry address the spam problem

www.silicon.com

What David did next

www.guardian.co.uk

Companies face curbs on junk email and texts

www.telegraph.co.uk

Critics dismiss government’s revised RIP proposals as ‘unworkable’

www.cw360.com

Critics dismiss government’s revised RIP proposals as ‘unworkable’

www.cw360.com

ISPs reject ‘unworkable’ e-mail monitoring code

www.cw360.com

Cautious response to ‘snoop’ plans

www.bbc.co.uk

Internet industry welcomes Home Office proposals over privacy

www.newmediazero.com

Blunkett u-turn on data privacy plans

www.guardian.co.uk

MPs say snooping laws need ring fence

www.zdnet.co.uk

ISPs threatened by ‘snooping’ government agencies

www.silicon.com

UK net growth stalls

www.theregister.co.uk

UK Politicians seek Net data retention law revamp

www.totaltele.com

Net Data retention law challenged

reuters.co.uk

MPs urged changes to net snooping laws

www.bbc.co.uk

The Defame Game

www.bbcworld.com

Net industry must fight paedophiles

news.bbc.co.uk

Chat room danger prompts new safety code

www.guardian.co.uk

Watch out! There’s a chat room paedophile about

www.theregister.co.uk

Government issues safety guidelines for net

www.vnunet.com

2002 net villains named and shamed

www.vnunet.com

Is Anne Robinson the internet’s biggest villain?

www.silicon.com

UK net villains nominated

news.bbc.co.uk

Internet villain nominees revealed

www.zdnet.co.uk

RIAA nominated for Internet villain

www.theregister.co.uk

Analysts labelled Cyber Villains

www.guardian.co.uk

Report backs ISP libel law claims

www.guardian.co.uk

Rethink urged over net snooping law

news.bbc.co.uk

Internet libel law shake-up urged

news.bbc.co.uk

ISP libel laws ‘need global treaty’

www.zdnet.co.uk

Review of Internet Libel Laws to be urged

www.ft.com

ISPs welcome UK Net libel review

www.theregister.co.uk

Thus comments on libel laws

www.ispreview.co.uk

ISPs swamped by web take down orders

www.uk.news.yahoo.com

Europe’s ISPs overrun with Take-Down orders

www.prisonplanet.com

Snooping laws caught in catch-22

www.uk.news.yahoo.com

ISPs spell out true cost of data retention

www.zdnet.com

ISPs buckle under copyright cases

www.silicon.com

ISPs buckle under copyright cases

www.zdnet.co.uk

Home Office: We got data retention wrong

www.zdnet.co.uk

Home Office: We got data retention wrong

www.silicon.com

Internet providers say no to Blunkett

www.guardian.co.uk

Internet intelligence plans hit hurdle

news.bbc.co.uk

ISPs threaten revolt over anti-terror measures

www.silicon.com

ISPA demands data retention details

www.vnunet.com

ISPs snub snooping powers

www.cw360.com

UK ISPs oppose data retention

www.theregister.co.uk

Site of the Week

www.newmediazero.com

Trade Associations: Strength in numbers

www.revolutionmagazine.com

MP wants law to force ISPs to get tough on porn spam

http://www.theregister.co.ukParliament’s porno puzzler

www.cw360.com

ISPs side-step liability for illegal content

http://www.silicon.com/ISPs win crucial legal protections

http://news.zdnet.co.uk/New media must stand up against paedophile criticisms

http://www.newmediazero.com/

ISPA Obtains Clarity for ISPs in E-comm Regulations

http://www.net4nowt.com/

Government clears up ‘country of origin’ e-commerce rules

http://www.netimperative.com/

E-Commerce Rules Cleared Up

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/

ISPA wins changes to EU ecommerce directive

http://www.theregister.co.uk/

Directive amended following lobbying by ISPA

http://www.europemedia.net/

ISPs face data interception deadline

http://news.zdnet.co.uk/

Switch on for state snooping

http://news.bbc.co.uk/

‘Massive abuse’ of privacy feared

http://news.bbc.co.uk/

ISPA announces new council, chairperson

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/

ISPA UK Announces New Council

http://www.ispreview.co.uk/

ISPA UK Announces New Council And Chairperson

http://www.net4nowt.com/

‘A licence to meddle’

http://www.guardian.co.uk/

£27 BT internet undercuts ISPs

http://www.guardian.co.uk/

Close window

A cookie is a snippet of text that is sent from a website's servers and stored on a web browser. The non-essential cookies used on this website are:

Sessions - We set a small PHP session cookie for our cookie notification functionality, this is deleted as soon as you close your browser.

Google Analytics - This allows us to look at really useful data about the visitors we have had to our website.
Cookie details:
To read more about Google's cookies visit https://developers.google.com/analytics/resources/concepts/gaConceptsCookiea

YouTube/Vimeo - If our website cotains videos then some cookies may be used for tracking views etc. These cookies are implimented if you press play though.


WordPress - If we have comments enabled or allow the public to contribute in other ways via default WordPress functionality we will also use some cookies. These are required for the website to function properly.
Cookie details:
To read more about WordPress' cookies visit http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Cookies

Managing Cookies
For information on how to manage your cookie settings please follow the link for your browser:

Close window
It looks like your cookies are switched off. To ensure the best experience whilst visiting our website please consider allowing cookies.

You can find out how to change your settings or more about the cookies we use at the bottom of this page.