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Sky Broadband customers to get Cloud Wi-Fi access

Pocket-Lint: Sky Broadband customers look set to enjoy Wi-Fi hotspot access when out in town thanks to the company’s purchase of The Cloud.

The move was confirmed by the Network Implementation Director for Sky Network Services, Trevor Legg, when he spoke to Pocket-lint about plans to expand the recently acquired wireless infrastructure at headquarters in London.

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pocket-lint.com
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Copper-sweating BT floats FTTP rollout plan for 2 million homes

BT has revealed plans to deploy ultrafast broadband speeds to two million homes and businesses in the UK over the next four years—but rival Sky has already lashed out at the telecoms giant's "limited ambition."

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arstechnica.co.uk
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Sky switches on 'porn filter' by default

Broadband giant Sky will block "adult content" by default for all new customers, the company has announced.

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Sky Warns Subscribers of More Piracy Threats Incoming

Sky Broadband is warning customers in the UK that they are likely to receive new correspondence from a porn company regarding alleged illegal downloads. The ISP has sent out letters to subscribers in the past few days advising that Golden Eye International is likely to contact them with demands for cash.

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torrentfreak.com