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Thousands of letters were sent out by ACS Law to those it accused of illegal downloading. How much did it make from the process? We take a closer look.

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Government says that moving to a new broadband provider should be easier but it's easier said than done.

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Gideon Osborne can't seem to please anyone with his plans for superfast broadband.

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Ofcom think broadband providers should be letting consumers know what how they're fiddling about with connections.

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A DVD rental service which tried to combine the by post and streaming models called Zediva will have to pay a huge fine and finally close its operations after a successful lawsuit.

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BT hopes to get a better shot at BDUK cash by accelerating its superfast schedule.

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Netflix are bringing their top of the range streaming service - and, unfortunately, their slightly dodgy reputation - over to the UK, will they topple Lovefilm?

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Blockbuster profits dropped by about £2 million compared to last year: what does it mean for the company's future?

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The Orange broadband network is now run by BT Wholesale rather than by the ISP. We look at what that means for consumers.

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The UK's fastest broadband has gone live as Hyperoptic launch their first 1Gb connections in Battersea, London.

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