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UK ISP's will lift all data caps during coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak
Major UK telecoms will be lifting internet restrictions to assist those who are working at home.
Netflix launches speed test site
Netflix's new site offers simple speed test for users everywhere on everything.
Comcast injects ads into browser to get you to 'upgrade'
A report has just surfaced that shows that Comcast injects ads into your browser if you have your own router, and are not renting one from them.
Netflix wishes they didn't give Aussie ISP quote-free deals
Netflix wishes it didn't sign deals to offer Aussie's unmetered Netflix data streaming.
Aussie ISP Internode offers Netflix quota-free
Australian ISP Internode offers quota-free Netflix useage on most of their plans.
Second biggest Aussie ISP iiNet to be bought by TPG, $1.4 billion
The second biggest Australian ISP iiNet is set to be purchased by TPG for $1.4 billion AU.
FCC attempts to increase broadband speed - nefarious ISP's resisting
The FCC wants to redefine just what a 'broadband internet' connection speed should be, but entrenched ISPs aren't happy.
Governor Cuomo promises to provide broadband access for New Yorkers
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unleashes his new agenda, pledging a $1 billion broadband program to deliver 100 Mbps speeds to residents and businesses.
Lag be gone! Riot are building their own League of Legends network
Riot Games are working on their own League of Legends network to combat lag issues.
Piracy fight in Australia will put pressure on ISPs and schools
The Australian government and copyright holders want to better crack down on piracy.
Aussie ISP iiNet blames customer problems on line owners neglect
iiNet pins customer connectivity issues and slow line speeds on line providers Telstra, claiming they won't fix their issues.
New Zealand ISP gives subscribers access to US version of Netflix
New Zealand ISP Slingshot offers global mode to give users access to US version of Netflix.
YouTube showing messages on slow videos blaming ISPs
YouTube has begun placing messages on videos with streaming issues to alert users if their ISP is the problem.
FCC says that most US ISPs deliver broadband speeds promised
FCC report finds that most ISPs over deliver on promised speeds, but DSL providers under deliver with many offering only 64% of speed promised.
Cox plans to roll out residential gigabit internet service
Cox Communications is starting to build out a new gigabit internet network for residential customers in three major US cities.
UK based ISPs to send messages to illegal downloaders in 2015
ISPs will now send educational messages to those who download content via sites that infringes copyrights.
Google begins ranking ISP's on how YouTube performs on their service
Google outs bad ISPs based on their YouTube performance, similar to how Netflix shamed ISPs who throttled its service.
Telstra pull out on their plans to acquire Adam Internet
Adam Internet have been left out in the cold after Telstra abandon their acquisition plans of the SA-based ISP.
Sky Broadband blocking access to torrent site proxies
UK's Sky Broadband quiety blocks access to torrent site proxies, other ISPs likely to follow.
M2 acquires both Dodo and EFTel in a deal worth $248 million
M2 Telecommunications acquires both Dodo and EFTel for $248 million.
Netflix launches ISP Speed Index, shows data about various ISPs
Netflix launches ISP Speed Index to see which ISP is the best for streaming Netflix movies.
'Six-strikes' copyright alert system takes effect in the United States
The "six-strikes" copyright alert system goes into place this week.
FCC broadband monitoring data shows half of ISPs fall short of advertised speed
FCC data shows that over half of ISPs fail to meet advertised download speeds.
UK to require compulsory porn filters for any subscriber that has children
UK will require ISPs to implement compulsory filters for households with kids.
Senator looks to regulate data caps, introduces bill
Senator Wyden introduces bill to regulate data caps, net neutrality.
Google looking to expand Google Fiber, Eric Schmidt says its 'not an experiment'
Google looking at where and when to expand Google Fiber, says its not just an 'experiment'
BPI court order in England sees legal Pirate Bay-operated sites blocked by some ISPs
ISPs use BPI court order to block legitimate promobay.org website ran by Pirate Bay.
Google Fiber installation begins in Kansas City
Google has started installing Google Fiber in Kansas City.
Australian government to drop mandatory ISP filtering, doesn't mean they still don't want it
No mandatory ISP filtering from the Australian government, they still would like it, though.
AT&T, Time Warner Cable upset by deal Google got in Kansas City, they want in as well
AT&T and Time Warner Cable go after the same city concessions that were given to Google.
Netflix: Canada has 'third-world' Internet access - #firstworldproblems, though
Netflix says that Canada has 'third-world' Internet access.
Wikipedia founder will encrypt the site if the UK passes their Communications Data Bill
If the UK government passes their Communications Data Bill, Wikipedia's founder would encrypt the si.
Google Fiber in Kansas City, only $70/month, 1Gbps speed
Google officially announces Google Fiber for Kansas City residents.
German ISP manages incredible new speed over cable
A German ISP manages 4.7Gbps over an existing cable network, brings dreams to computer users everywh.
Another censorship ruling: Dutch court says Pirate Bay must be blocked or face fines
Dutch courts rule countries ISPs must block access to The Pirate Bay or face fines.
The Netherlands becomes the first country to pass net neutrality law
Net neutrality law has been passed in the Netherlands.
UK court ruling that ISPs must block The Pirate Bay has driven traffic to the site
The Pirate Bay sees more traffic after the UK High Court rules that ISPs must block access.
UK ISPs must block access to The Pirate Bay a court rules
UK courts rule that British ISPs have to block access to The Pirate Bay.
Nicholas Merrill's Non-profit ISP start up promises fully encrypted, private Internet
Nicholas Merrill is creating a new non-profit ISP in which all data is encrypted and private.
According to RIAA, ISPs to start policing copyrights by July 12
ISPs to implement graduated response to piracy by July 12.
RumorTT: Telstra say TPG might buy out iiNet
RumorTT: TPG could buy out iiNet, would become second position among Australian ISP's.
iiNet acquires Internode for $105 million
iiNet buys Internode, merges into super-ISP.
Europe has ruled that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites, NZBs and torrent users cry pirated tears of joy.nzb
Europe does something great, rules that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites.
iiNet acquires TransACT for $60 million
TransACT has been scooped up by iiNet for a cool $60 million.
iiNet announce the opening of an R&D facility
iiNet announce R&D facility - building their own Iron Man suits to combat other ISP's?
Google Broadband set for trial at Stanford University
The plan of global Internet domination continues.
Adam Internet step up to the 1TB plate
Adam runs up and slaps 1TB plan against the wall, quickly runs away.
iiNet shareholders "overwhelmingly" vote for takeover of AAPT
iiNet shareholders approve acquisition of AAPT.
Internode rescues Call of Duty fans
Internode supports new COD with dedicated servers!
iiNet's FetchTV trial quite a success
First ISP to provide FetchTV down under.