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Superfast broadband now covers 95 percent of the UK

Covering 95 percent of the UK with Superfast broadband has been a part of the government’s Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) initiative since 2011 and after some delays, it seems that goal has finally been achieved. The details were collected last month, and while Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales fall below …

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Dear Mr Cameron: We don’t want porn filters

Dear Mr Cameron, Since you seem to have ignored my much more informal efforts to get you to change your mind over your plans to filter and censor British internet in the name of saving children from the evils of pornography, I thought I’d try a more formal tactic; so I …

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ISP’s call out useless site blocks

The US is playing world police again and leaning on Switzerland this time to crack down on its high levels of piracy. However, not everyone is cool with that this time around, as local Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have been standing up and protesting the proposed site blocks. “The United …

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O2 and EE customers at risk of Ben Dover demands

Ben Dover

We reported back in June this year about porn actor Ben Dover and how he felt because some people had illegally downloaded some of his movies, that he was entitled to recompense. While we haven’t heard much since, it turns out that Mr Dover has been working behind the scenes …

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