Today’s major Ofcom study on the UK’s communications networks shows the number of people unable to get a decent broadband has gone down in the UK. Read our plans to do more for rural areas: https://t.co/zaDnEI0d0T

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March Newsletter

Steps to Active Cyber Defence A ‘one year on’ review of Active Cyber Defence (ACD) was published this month by the National Cyber Security Centre. …

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February Newsletter

ISPA kicks off 2018 on the front foot with two events ISPA has kicked off 2018 on the front foot with a GDPR workshop held …

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End of year newsletter

A busy 12 months of internet policy draws to a close In what has been another dramatic year, with a surprise General Election result and …

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December Newsletter

ISPA welcomes changes to new broadband advertising rules There have been a number of important policy developments this month including changes to the way broadband …

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November Newsletter

ISPA Conference 2017 –  What lies ahead for the UK Internet Industry Last few tickets remaining Sponsored by       Media Partner  ISPA’s 12th Annual Conference …

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October Newsletter

ISPA Conference 2017 – What lies ahead for the UK Internet Industry Sponsored by Media Partner  ISPA’s 12th Annual Conference is taking place on Wednesday 8th …

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September Newsletter

ISPA Conference 2017 – Early Bird Tickets on Sale What lies ahead for the UK Internet Industry Sponsored by     Media partner     …

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August Newsletter

ISPA Conference 2017 – Early Bird Tickets on Sale What lies ahead for the UK Internet Industry Sponsored by       ISPA is pleased …

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Marcus Hutchins (MalwareTech Blog) crowned Internet Hero at the UK Internet Industry Awards

The Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA UK) is delighted to unveil the winners of the 19th Annual UK Internet Industry Awards, the ISPAs. This year’s …

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July Newsletter

ISPA Awards Internet Hero and Villain Broadband, cyber security & censorship dominate the ISPAs Hero and Villain nominees. The 2017 ISPA Awards Hero and Villain …

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