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Academic: Binge On violates net neutrality

Barbara van Schewick, Professor of Law and Helen L. Crocker Faculty Scholar at Stanford Law School, Director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, has suggested that US…

Indonesia blocks Netflix

Indonesia blocks Netflix

Netflix has been blocked by Indonesia’s biggest ISP, significantly disrupting its move into the country. The state-owned Telekom Indonesia said it had concerns about the content Netflix was offering and…

Verizon posts lowest ever pay-TV sub gain

Verizon posts lowest ever pay-TV sub gain

Verizon Communications added just 20,000 FiOS TV customers in the fourth quarter, its weakest additions since launching the service in 2006, and further evidence that cord-cutting is beginning to chip…

UK ISPs face new ad rules

The UK’s broadband providers have been told to expect tougher rules on how they advertise their services. The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said it was considering the step to…

Consumers respond to TalkTalk data hack

Research from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on the home services market – covering broadband, fixed landline and paid television – has shown the extent of the impact of the TalkTalk personal…

AT&T introduces new unlimited plan

US telco AT&T is kicking off the New Year with a new unlimited wireless data offer for its new and existing TV subscribers who like watching their favourite videos and…

Orange, Bouygues confirm consolidation talks

Orange, Bouygues confirm consolidation talks

French telco Orange has confirmed that it has renewed preliminary discussions with the Bouygues Group with a view to a consolidation with French mobile phone, Internet service provider and IPTV…

Prediction 2016: ‘Amazon standalone video service’

Prediction 2016: ‘Amazon standalone video service’

BTIG, the global financial services firm, has published its top 16 predictions and events to watch for in media and tech stocks in 2016: 1.    Media Companies Forced to Shorten…

24m devices connect to Virgin Media on Xmas day

The average Virgin Media UK household had five different Internet-enabled gadgets connected to their network on Christmas day. Data released by the ultrafast broadband provider shows that between 5pm and…

Slumping customer satisfaction across US comms firms

According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), 2015 was a year characterised by lower customer satisfaction across the board, with few exceptions. Of the 43 industries tracked by ACSI,…