Isps

10 results

Comreg said the non-compliance notices in this case relate to ‘transparency breaches´’ in the consumer contracts being issued by these firms. Photograph: iStock

Several leading Irish telcos are in breach of the so-called net neutrality rules, which stop internet providers from discriminating against certain pu(...)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola lifts the trophy as they celebrate winning the Premier League in May. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

People who illegally stream live English Premier League football matches will find the service blocked when the season kicks off next month following (...)

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola lifts the trophy as they celebrate winning the Premier League. The league has become increasingly concerned at the rise in the number of people in Ireland using free or cheaper illegal web-based sports TV services. File photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

The English Premier League has lodged proceedings in the High Court in a bid to block the illegal viewing of its football matches by tens of thousands(...)

Det Supt Declan Daly, assistant commissioner John O’Driscoll, Chief Supt Michael Daly during a media briefing on Operation Ketch in  Dublin.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

One in every 10 images of online child abuse material detected in Ireland depicts children under the age of three. Of the remainder (61 per cent) are(...)

US President Donald Trump’s White House backs removing net neutrality, according to a spokeswoman. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

The United States is considering two decisions that will have a far-reaching impact on the future of the internet. Regulatory agency the Federal Comm(...)

Acourt recently ruled Ireland’s internet service providers have to block three of the most popular sites from their services

What’s the gist of it? If you are using a multimedia box to stream content, the recent court ruling that Ireland’s internet service providers (ISPs) (...)

The Commercial Court heard yesterday that as many as 1.3 million people here may be involved in illegally accessing the work of six film and TV studios

More than a million people who illegally stream films and TV shows from the internet face having their online access cut off or severely reduced if a(...)

About 4,000 homes still rely on dial-up internet, a throwback to the 1990s. A key priority for the State’s National Broadband Plan must be to avoid the instant obsolescence seen in previous digital initiatives. The NBP’s predecessor, begun in 2009, delivered a basic download speed of 1.2 megabits per second (mbps) to 250,000 homes, and was obsolete even before its completion

What does a small business owner in Co Tipperary have in common with a goat herder in northern Ethiopia? They both need a satellite to receive email:(...)

Optical fibre: researchers at San Diego received data after it voyaged 12,000km through cables with standard amplifiers and no electronic regenerators.

Over two billion kilometres of optical fibres have been installed worldwide, a string of glass that could be wrapped around the globe 50,000 times. I(...)

Visitors use mobiles to photograph a banner advert for the new Samsung Galaxy smart phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is expected to detail more of his company’s plans to bring underserved parts of the world online(...)