Archive for January, 2010:

Are YOU on the list? – Update

Posted on Jan 28 2010 by Neil Watson | No Comments
In one of our early opinion articles back in September 2008, we highlighted the practices of a law firm (Davenport Lyons) who were sending out a number of threatening letters to alleged illegal file sharers demanding a settlement fee of ...Read More »

Anti-privacy prophet or just plain profiteering?

Posted on Jan 26 2010 by Darren Farnden | No Comments
Back in December Facebook infuriated many of its users and a number of privacy organisations when it revealed changes to its existing privacy settings which encouraged users to make as much information as possible available to the entire web and ...Read More »

Google finally stands up to China

Posted on Jan 13 2010 by Neil Watson | 1 Comment
Is it the end of the road for Yesterday on the official Google Blog, David Drummond, Google’s Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer announced that following a cyber attack in December Google is now considering withdrawing its operations from the ...Read More »

Poll: The Government’s IMP is…?

Posted on Jan 11 2010 by Gemma Dickinson | No Comments
The UK's mobile operators have recently united against the government's planned IMP (Improvement and Modernisation Programme) which will require all ISPs and operators to collect and store all IP communications. We would like to know what you think about the government's ...Read More »

Bono – stick to singing!

Posted on Jan 05 2010 by Darren Farnden | 6 Comments
In a recent opinion article of his own within the New York Times, U2 front man Bono warned all creative types to beware of the evils of the Internet, especially us greedy ISP types. [caption id="attachment_85" align="alignleft" width="75" caption="Darren Farnden, Head ...Read More »