Network operators across Europe have 'coped well' with additional traffic load amid coronavirus crisis
No glaring network congestion issues observed so far in Europe, according to the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications
Google, Facebook and others sign-up to Berners-Lee's 'global plan of action to make our online world safe and empowering for everyone'
This is a local internet for local people…
Crunch time finally approaches for IPv4
Online Harms White Paper intended to tackle "illegal and unacceptable content"
One-in-six Virgin Media users left without internet access for hours or days at a time, claims Which?
Endless moral scares may justify ever-more controls on the internet and AI, warns Professor Peter Cochrane, but won't achieve their supposed aim
Drone tests took place in November and December 2018
The internet has become the biggest source of subversion - of all kinds - in history. How should we respond, asks Peter Cochrane
To safeguard the Web real control needs to be put into the hands of users
Nanophotonic technology uses 'twisted light beams' to carry more data and process it faster
Twisted light beams could carry more data and process it faster, claim RMIT scientists
Google only got round to fixing the long-standing security flaw in March
EU proposals might ban memes and link previews
Proposed EU copyright laws would undermine EU dot-coms, campaigners warn
ITU's IPv6 plans criticised as 'fundamentally flawed'
Buy cheap, buy twice...
Gmail users to get access to a "major" update within weeks
IETF approves finally TLS 1.3, despite last-minute opposition from the financial sector
EU threat to break-up Google over fears about its dominance and claims of anti-competitive practices
Spring statement: Hammond pledges first £95m for 'full fibre' as he opens consultations on tax-free training for freelancers and self-employed
Thirteen towns and cities named in £95m full-fibre push, announced in Spring statement
Chancellor Philip Hammond promises action on late payments and consultation on extending tax-free training to the self-employed
First areas to receive funding for full-fibre also named in Spring Statement
Ofcom to examine alleged breaches of net neutrality over Three's tethering rules and Vodafone's Video Pass
Peter Cochrane castigates the "dominance of ignorance" over fibre and 5G in the UK