Tag: ISP

Investigator: NBN Shambles 
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Investigator: NBN Shambles

It’s your choice for the NBN, except it isn’t.
Turnbull, Brandis, announce plans for ISP filtering to stop copyright infringement 
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Turnbull, Brandis, announce plans for ISP filtering to stop copyright infringement

It didn't work under Labor, but this time... for sure?
Turnbull prevaricates while Brandis wants harsher measures against piracy 
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Turnbull prevaricates while Brandis wants harsher measures against piracy

A government paper calls for tougher action from ISPs, while the Communications Minister admits that copyright holders need to do more.
What does ISP mean? 
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What does ISP mean?

Security expert exposes shocking levels of ignorance among government cybersecurity officials.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Bit Torrent 
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Everything you ever wanted to know about Bit Torrent

Campbell Simpson looks into bit torrent to find out how it works, what its (legitimate) uses are, and why Australians find it the best way to enjoy their entertainment...
Pirate Bay unveils new browser to dodge ISP blocking 
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Pirate Bay unveils new browser to dodge ISP blocking

The Pirate Bay is celebrating its tenth birthday with the release of Pirate Browser, a customised version of Firefox designed to skirt local ISP blocks.
New copyright laws are not the answer to illegal downloads 
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New copyright laws are not the answer to illegal downloads

Do we really need new legislation to deal with piracy? And just who is responsible?
Broadband: testing your DNS speed 
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Broadband: testing your DNS speed

Understanding DNS and how to change your settings, can speed up your web connection and improve security. David Fearon shows how it's done.
Confusion reigns as UK Government announces porn ban 
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Confusion reigns as UK Government announces porn ban

The British Government has announced plans to have the country's four biggest internet service providers block adult content, leading to massive confusion among internet users.
Gosford woman gets 500,000GB of free broadband quota 
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Gosford woman gets 500,000GB of free broadband quota

If iiNet has this much bandwidth to give away, surely it's a good sign for other iiNet users?
What is the best way to compare broadband plans? 
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What is the best way to compare broadband plans?

Australians spend too much on broadband, but which of the sites that help you compare ISPs actually help?
Internode cuts plans down to keep things "Easy" 
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Internode cuts plans down to keep things "Easy"

Sixty different Internode plans bite the dust while add-on packs proliferate. So should you be taking a closer look at Internode's four types of Easy Broadband plans?
Opinion: Will NBN pricing lead to better Aussie broadband deals? 
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Opinion: Will NBN pricing lead to better Aussie broadband deals?

Do the prices announced today for the National Broadband Network (NBN) mean you should be excited about having fibre connected to your home?
What is Internode doing that makes it number one? 
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What is Internode doing that makes it number one?

The ISP's customer satisfaction rating isn't just good, it will shatter your idea of how the broadband experience should be.
Telco syndrome bites one in two customers 
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Telco syndrome bites one in two customers

One in two customers has faced a problem with their phone or internet service provider in the last year. Are you one of them?
Investigator: The great divide between peak and off-peak internet 
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Investigator: The great divide between peak and off-peak internet

ISP speed limiting applies to both peak and off-peak hours, even if you only max out on one ... but is that fair?
iiNet to kill off AAPT 'leechers' 
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iiNet to kill off AAPT 'leechers'

Unlimited plan users in ISP's crosshairs
Internode enters the 1TB race with "T-Shirt" plans 
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Internode enters the 1TB race with "T-Shirt" plans

Internode's new "T-Shirt" plans offer up to a tantalising 1TB of data. But will they cost you the shirt off your back? We investigate the real value.
Internode flags "substantial" response to terabyte plans 
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Internode flags "substantial" response to terabyte plans

ISP Internode has flagged another round of "substantial" broadband plan revisions to counter the "terabyte" plans announced by competitors last week.
We also heard from 
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We also heard from

Buffalo has new USB 3.0 external hard drives; backup is now Clickfree; LinkedIn for free on Optus and 3; and Internode gets the big tick in customer satisfaction

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