Showing results 1 to 20 of 41


(ISP) .iPhone 3GS iPhone OS4 iPod . GS, CJ, , , E, , 11, Yes24, , , ISP . (ISP) (ISP) ISP , , ISP 30 SHOW , .* , PC ISP () . . (ISP)...

March 4, 2011 By Korea Virtual Payment

iiNet: copyright law hampering ISPs

Australia's third-largest ISP iiNet has said that Australia's copyright law is creating uncertainty for ISPs seeking to reduce the costs of operating networks.

December 2, 2012

ISP brands UK internet spying plans 'pointless'

UK wholesale ISP Entanet has branded the government's internet data retention plans as "pointless" and criticised the lack of clarity for ISPs over the scheme.Entanet, which delivers data connectivity, IP telephony and telecoms services through resellers, said that the government's £2bn scheme would fail to deliver on its snooping goals as cybercriminals will simply find ways around being tracked.

May 17, 2012 by

TransACT deal an iiNet landgrab: analysts

iiNet's $60 million deal for ACT-based internet service provider (ISP) TransACT was spurred on by a rush to prepare for the new landscape that the National Broadband Network (NBN) will thrust upon ISPs, according to industry analysts.

November 20, 2011 by

Aussie voluntary filter gains global attention

The continued support by several of Australia's largest internet service providers (ISPs) for a voluntary version of the Federal Government's mandatory ISP filtering scheme has attracted the ire of the world's largest digital rights group, the Electronic Frontiers Foundation.

June 23, 2011 by

Sky and Call Flow sign up to trial BT's ducts and poles

Sky and the business ISP Call Flow have become the first companies to sign up for access to BT's duct and pole infrastructure, albeit on a trial basis.Such access is crucial for ISPs that want to deploy their own fibre without having to build an entire national network of ducts and poles to carry it.

April 27, 2011 by

AT&T's Facebook traffic briefly routed through China ISP

For a brief period on Tuesday, AT&T customers' Facebook data was temporarily routed through Chinese and Korean ISPs, according to a security researcher.Barrett Lyon said that due to a routing error, traffic passing between AT&T customers and Facebook went through hardware owned by China Telecom, a state-owned company, and then hardware from South Korean ISP SK Broadband, before going through to Facebook.

March 23, 2011 by

Porn filter plans are 'absolutely ridiculous'

Plans to filter all internet pornography for UK internet users would be unrealistic and costly, according to an expert.Updating the list of blocked or porn-hosting URLs would be a mammoth and time-consuming task that could result in huge bills for ISPs, according to one network engineer working for a major UK ISP.

December 21, 2010 by

ISP Association attacks government over fibre rates

The ISP Association has accused the government body that sets business rates for broadband networks of showing a 'complete lack of understanding' of the matter.The attack on Friday followed the government's U-turn on making rates more favourable to small ISPs that want to deliver fibre-based next-generation access networks.

August 17, 2010 by

The current state of the crimeware threat - Q&A

What's the current state of the crimeware threat? Just how vibrant is the underground marketplace when it comes to crimeware? What are ISPs doing, and should ISPs be doing to solve the problem? Does taking down a cybercrime-friendly ISP has any long term effect?

March 19, 2010 by

TalkTalk ticked off at BPI 'dumb pipes' jibe

The UK's music industry body has told ISPs that they should stop being "dumb pipes", and should instead make millions of pounds from selling songs online.The UK's largest ISP, TalkTalk, immediately responded by pointing out that ISPs already offer legal download services, and suggesting that the BPI should perhaps rather concentrate on not trying to criminalise its customers.

March 9, 2010 by

Digital Economy Bill: now ISP copyright takedowns

In an amendment added to the Digital Economy Bill during the House of Lords report stage debate this afternoon, ISPs would be forced to block access to web sites on receipt of a claim of copyright infringement - in a similar manner to the American Digital Millennium Copyright Act.The amendment, moved by Tory Lord Howard of Rising and Lib-Dem Lord Clement-Jones, , says that if an ISP fails to act, the claimed copyright owner can apply to a court to force the blocking and "...

March 3, 2010 by

ISPs on the filter: Who's for, who's against this week contacted all of Australia's largest ISPs regarding their stances on the government's internet filter. Almost every ISP supported the measure in some way, but iiNet and Internode were ambiguous in their responses.

December 17, 2009 by

Greedy ISPs kept from filtering trial

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy said that the reason some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) hadn't been chosen in the first round of ISP filtering was that they had greedily tried to get the department to pay for upgrades to their own equipment.

March 15, 2009 by

ISPs a vanishing breed

I'm not sure if the situation is similar in other countries, but the technology companies we've come to know as ISPs (Internet service providers) are in danger of becoming obsolete in the Philippines.William Bill Torres, the "Father of the Philippine Internet" and co-founder of Mozcom, and the country's first ISP, discussed this predicament during the recent APRICOT technical conference when he said ISPs are no longer what they used to be.

February 28, 2009 by

Just what is behind the iiNet case?

Landmark Federal Court legal action by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) against ISP iiNethighlights the competing interests of ISPs and rights holders in respect of unauthorised filesharing, and should expose the inability of the Australian Copyright Act to satisfactorily resolve the issue.

November 30, 2008 by

Lawsuit filed against NebuAd, ISPs

Sixteen plaintiffs – and potentially millions more – launched a class-action lawsuit against NebuAd and 26 of its ISP partners in California court, ClickZ reports.The suit claims NebuAd and the ISPs violated privacy and computer security laws.

November 13, 2008 by

Jury out on ISP filtering trial

Internet service providers (ISPs) are sitting on the fence on whether to participate in the government's upcoming live trial for ISP-level filtering of undesirable internet content, with their involvement depending heavily on the terms of the trial.

October 13, 2008 by

The best of ZDNet, delivered

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.

Top Stories