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Anti-Piracy: Police Replace Ads With Police Warnings

There are many methods being developed in order to crack down on piracy, however the police are now taking another step forward and attempting to hinder the web owner directly by completely cutting the ad revenue made by displaying adverts on their page. By replacing ads on illegal websites with […]


Google Fibre Isn’t Going To Fix The UK’s Broadband Speeds 1

After reports stated UK broadband not being fit for purpose, users were delighted after a report revealed discussions between Google and CityFibre – a company who specialise in constructing and operating fibre networks in the UK. Google Fibre appeared as a godsend for users in the US suffering little to […]


Apologies From BT After Broadband Issues

An apology has been sent out to BT users after problems developed last week preventing BT customers from connecting to social media, banking and shopping sites. It is unknown as to the number of customers affected, however the issues were reported across different parts of the UK including Cornwall, Eastbourne, […]


Deal To Combat Piracy In The UK 1

In 2010, it was suggested by the Digital Economy Act (DEA) to cut off offenders from their broadband if they were to be discovered downloading online content illegally through piracy. This idea was however opposed by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who stated that it would require for users to be […]