ISPs forced to ditch 'misleading' broadband adverts
Speeds can only be advertised if they are available to 50% of customers
TalkTalk branded worst broadband provider by Which?
Sky and BT both also fared badly in the company's twice-yearly survey
Porn now blocked on TalkTalk
The ISP has followed Sky's lead, automatically blocking adult content
Government tackles terrorism with reporting button
The government is pressuring ISPs to filter searches and adding a reporting button
BBC says ISPs should cut off pirate connections
BBC Worldwide thinks those who repeatedly infringe copyright should not have an internet connection at all
Pirate Bay goes mobile
The mobile version of Pirate Bay will include separate TV, music and movie sites
Piracy warnings to be emailed to perpetrators
Those who repeatedly download pirated material will receive up to four warnings advising them of the law
UK ISPs block 1/5 websites on child protection grounds
ISPs are blocking perfectly legal web pages in an attempt to protect children from the internet, a study suggests
GCHQ taken to court by ISPs over network spying
GCHQ under threat of lawsuit from ISP companies angered over Snowden spying revelations
US authorities to probe Netflix ISP streaming issues
FCC to scrutinise US ISPs speed problems
ISPs criticised for lenient stance on illegal downloads
New proposals will see ISPs write to illegal downloaders, but they won't be threatened with legal action
Online porn filter "blocks" League of Legends game patch
ISP security settings blamed for botched downloads.
TalkTalk makes stand against nuisance calls
Telco to dish out free privacy-enhancing features to landline customers.
Online porn block proposals by Government panned
Updated: Prime Minister's anti-porn measures picked over by industry watchers.
Leaked Gov letter to ISPs calls for online safety action
Government letter sets out areas Prime Minister wants ISPs to address in internet safety fight.
Ofcom wants to slash broadband switching costs
Regulator wants to make it cheaper for customers to switch suppliers.
ISPs reiterate "active choice" stance on adult web blocks
Web firms move to clarify stance on blocking explicit web content.
Google and ISPs won't stop spread of child abuse images
ISP blocks can't stop spread of child abuse images through P2P and shadow internet networks.
ISPs to rollout default porn blocks by 2014, reveals MP
Internet service providers will need to provide switched-on parental filters as standard.
Google invests $7m in eradicating child abuse from the web
Search giant ploughs investment into organisations and technologies that will curtail online access to offensive content.
TalkTalk hit with £750k Ofcom silent calls fine
Regulator orders ISP to stump up £750,000 over nuisance call claims.
UK court orders blocking of more torrent websites
H33T, Fenopy and Kickass Torrents get blocked
US ISPs begin 'Six Strikes' piracy alert campaign
ISPs become "judge, jury and executioner", according to rights group.