Entries in 'isp' (15)
A request from the British Phonographic Industry for ISPs to block access to three additonal torrent sharing sites has been rebuffed.
Several major UK ISPs have expanded their blockade against The Pirate Bay by denying a number of new IP addresses known to be used by the file-sharing website to their ...
BT has finally caved to legal pressure and blocked access to The Pirate Bay for its UK customers.
Broadband provider O2 will from midnight tonight (Friday May 8th) block access to The Pirate Bay.
Cable TV and internet specialist Virgin Media has become the first UK ISP to block The Pirate Bay from its broadband users.
The BPI has won a landmark UK legal victory that looks set to force ISPs to block controversial content portal The Pirate Bay in the UK.
British telecoms watchdog Ofcom has called on internet service providers to provide more information regarding traffic management the ISPs use to curb excessive demand.
In what could prove to be a very significant move, the High Court has ordered internet service provider BT to block download site Newzbin2.
With the very notion of net neutrality currently under threat, it has emerged that the British Government is to ask ISPs to block all online pornography by default on domestic ...
Internet service provider’s BT and TalkTalk have this afternoon been told by the High Court that they have won the right to a full and official judicial review of the ...
Streaming games service OnLive will be available over any UK ISP, founder and CEO Steve Perlman has confirmed.
Lobbyists and soncumer groups have been quick to condemn the government’s intention to push forward with a “three-strikes” policy to cut the internet connections of those accused of online piracy.
Regulating body Ofcom is to be given the power to demand that ISPs hand over account information concerning people who persist is sharing files over the internet.