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Awaiting Verdict on Net Neutrality This Week

US Awaits Court Verdict This Week on Net Neutrality Rules

This week will be a vital one for the U.S. Internet service provider (ISP) industry as a federal appeals court in Washington D.C. will take up the lawsuit related to the net neutrality rules proposed by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Yahoo! Finance, 11 hours ago

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Solcon raises entry-level broadband plan to 20 Mbps

Dutch ISP Solcon has changed its minimum DSL speed to 20/1 Mbps, from 8/1 Mbps previously. It now offers four DSL plans, starting at EUR 27.50 for the 20 Mbps service and going up to EUR 50 per month for 100/10 Mbps. It also offers fibre broadband ...
 Telecompaper15 hours ago
The Guardian Nigeria

Music promoter calls for synergy between musicians, ISP

Mr Bishop Ezike, a Lagos-based music producer, has called for collaboration between musicians and Internet Service Providers (ISP's) to curb piracy in the industry. Ezike, who manages Obiano Music, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday ...
 The Guardian Nigeria18 hours ago How Music Works: How a music lawyer can save bands from nightmare deals  Irish Times1 day ago Ruling Could Expose ISPs to Liability for Music Sharing  GigaLaw.com3 days ago
IT Web

MWEB cuts fibre-to-the-home prices

South African ISP Mweb has announced plans to decrease prices and increase cap sizes on its fibre-to-the-home accounts that run on Vumatel's networks, MyBroadband reported. The price cuts and cap boosts will kick in automatically on 1 January. The ...
 Telecompaper22 hours ago MWeb boosts fibre offering  IT Web19 hours ago MWEB announces big FTTH price cuts  Memeburn.com21 hours ago MWEB slashes fibre-to-the-home prices hours ago
Communications Africa/Afrique

Yahsat joins iWay to launch broadband service in Uganda

Satellite provider Yahsat has launched new services under a partnership with ISP iWay Africa, Businessweek reported. The deal is expected to improve satellite broadband connectivity in Uganda via its Yah click services. Yahsat Regional Director for ...
 Telecompaper21 hours ago TNM launches WiMAX following Burco acquisition  TeleGeography1 day ago Your ISP Limit Bandwidth? Here Is What You Can Do To Improve Internet Speed  Drag Plus2 days ago TNM launches high-speed Internet service in Malawi  Communications Africa/Afrique20 hours ago

FBI needs no warrant to see your browsing history, reveals @nickcalyx

Nicholas Merrill, who runs a small ISP and hosting company, was instructed by the FBI to give up all kinds of personal information about one of his customers. He's since been embroiled in an 11-year battle to fully reveal the so-called National ...
 MyInforms19 hours ago After 11 Years, FBI Gag Order on Warrantless Surveillance Is Lifted  Slate Magazine13 hours ago
Network World Asia

Online hiring for BPO and IT dips in the Philippines

Online hiring in IT, Telecom/ISP and BPO/ITES sector in the Philippines has declined to -4 percent year-over-year growth for October 2015, according to the latest Monster Employment Index (MEI). This is a drop of 7 percentage point from the 3 ...
 Computerworld Malaysia21 hours ago Negative outlook for IT &BPO online hiring across...  Network World Asia1 day ago

Metronet (UK) brings superfast wireless broadband to Wigan

ISP Metronet (UK) has made its superfast wireless broadband service to the town of Wigan in support of the town council's digital strategy. Using wired and wireless technology, Metronet (UK) provides businesses with connection speeds of between 1 ...
 Telecompaper1 day ago
Ars Technica UK

Snooper's Charter: ISP boss points out 'huge flaw' with Investigatory Powers Bill

The Investigatory Powers Bill has been criticised by the head of a UK internet service provider (ISP) for lacking a fundamental understanding of how the internet works. Adrian Kennard, who runs Andrews & Arnold, drew attention to significant issues ...
 International Business Times UK4 days ago UK ISP boss points out massive technical flaws in Investigatory Powers Bill  Ars Technica UK5 days ago

Consumers union recommends against ISP Online

The Dutch consumers union has cut its advice for the ISP Online to negative in its latest Provider Monitor. The Consumentenbond said it's been receiving around 40 complaints per week in the past year about Online. Many of the complaints are about ...
 Telecompaper1 week ago
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