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Britons don’t want web filters, says Ofcom

UK web users must really like their porn. Either that, or they just don’t like the government telling them what they can and cannot look at online. A new report from Ofcom shows that broadband customers in the UK are overwhelmingly choosing not to use parental-control systems foisted on ISPs by the government – with take-up in the single digits …

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Stuart O'ConnorBritons don’t want web filters, says Ofcom

BT launch BT Ingenious

BT have unveiled a new initiative to encourage innovation in technology. In a glitzy do at the BT Tower in central London, Professor Brian Cox (of Wonders of the Universe fame) mesmerised the assembled tech hacks with tales of hadrons…

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James O'MalleyBT launch BT Ingenious

BT to offer 300Mbps Infinity fibre broadband and HomeHub 5 with Wi-Fi ac and multiple Gigabit Ethernet ports this year

UPDATE: BT's pricing for the 300Mbps service has been revealed. At just £50 a month, with no traffic management or download cap, that's not bad at all. 20Mbps upload speeds will also be included. Existing customers on FTTP packages will…

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Gerald LynchBT to offer 300Mbps Infinity fibre broadband and HomeHub 5 with Wi-Fi ac and multiple Gigabit Ethernet ports this year

BT bringing superfast broadband from the depths of the Atlantic to the Isles of Scilly

BT have committed to bringing superfast broadband connections to the UK's Isles of Scilly by 2014. Calling it the "the most ambitious UK project ever undertaken to bring fastest broadband speeds to a remote community", the project is part of…

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Gerald LynchBT bringing superfast broadband from the depths of the Atlantic to the Isles of Scilly