Today has seen a very interesting development over at ISPreview.co.uk. They reported this morning that anyone who uses Sky Broadband was unable to access their site if they had their ‘Shield’ (Parental Control) service activated. It later transpired that Vodafone Home Broadband customers had a similar problem.
Kell Brook takes on Errol Spence Jr this Saturday and if you’re looking for a way to watch it then we’ve got the information you need. The fight is being shown live on expensive pay-for TV networks such as Sky in the UK and Showtime in the
The recent terrorist attack in Manchester has left the whole of the UK in a state of shock. Whilst another terrorist attack is sadly almost a fact of life at the moment, that it should be targeted at innocent children attending a pop concert has left many
A survey by the polling company YouGov has indicated that one in six British internet users are now using a VPN, but most seem to be suggesting that their primary motivation is to access geo-restricted content rather than for privacy and security reasons. Circumventing geo-restrictions The YouGov
Following the dreadful events which took place in Manchester yesterday, campaigning in the UK’s upcoming General Election has, quite rightly, been suspended as people grieve for those lives which have been lost. The political response to the latest terrorist attack on UK shores remains to be seen,
It’s not often companies want to give away cash, they’re businesses after all. ExpressVPN one of the biggest VPN providers in the privacy industry is doing just that by offering a $5000 “Privacy Scholarship” to US and UK-based students. The princely sum of $5000 which is just shy
British newspaper the Guardian has got its hand on a tranche of leaked files from Facebook which have lifted the lid on how the social media behemoth decides what content it can and cannot censor. The leak amounted to more than 100 of Facebook’s training manuals and