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Will The End Of Net Neutrality Affect Your Business?

3.1.2018 by Al McCloud

The Trump Administration is in the process of repealing long-standing U.S. net neutrality standards in order to shake up the internet-at-large. Who will this change benefit? Will it affect your business?  The Basics Internet Service Providers like BT, Sky Broadband, Virgin and TalkTalk provide you with access to content on the net. The idea of net neutrality is that ISPs deliver this content impartially. ISPs can’t decide to make streaming video from Netflix faster than BBC iPlayer, for example, and they can’t make websites inaccessible (with the exception of court orders which can force UK ISPs to completely block websites…

How will Brexit Affect The GDPR?

21.6.2017 by Al McCloud

Trying to remain neutral whilst describing British politics in the last 12 months leaves me with only one viable adjective: eventful. Though the initial Brexit announcement may feel like it happened in the 1800’s it was just 12 months ago.…

Why You Should Brexit This Email Scam Now

5.7.2016 by Katherine Kelly

There’s been a fair amount of fall-out from the EU referendum already, but one thing that no one could have foreseen was a rise in email scams. The country is dealing with enough upheaval right now, don’t add cyber security…

Fridays at UKFast – Friday 1st July

1.7.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Congratulations on being Friday everyone. Yeah, you heard. You are Friday. Over the last week we’ve been talking about how Brexit affects the GDPR, and why we’re holding fast in the wake of it. We’ve had expert insight on the…

The GDPR – Why Act Now

29.6.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Back in April the European Parliament passed a law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which many businesses will have to be compliant with from May 2018. It’s been a pretty long time between this and the last data directive, and…

Hold UKFast

27.6.2016 by Katherine Kelly

It’s been a few days now since the UK voted to leave the EU, and the panic levels have been on par with that time the papers announced a country-wide Prosecco shortage. It’s going to take time for the dust…

GDPR After Brexit: What Happens Now?

24.6.2016 by Guest

In the early hours of this morning the British population voted to make an exit from the EU, forever marking 24th June 2016 as a pivotal date in our history. Exactly how this will affect our political, economic and social landscape…

Fridays at UKFast – 17th June 2016

17.6.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Well, it’s been quite the week and hopefully you’re all buzzing after an incredible match yesterday! Not that anyone’s been able to think about much else but, in other news this week, we’ve been talking about why 2016 is the…

Businessmen on Brexit

9.6.2016 by Katherine Kelly

With the EU referendum fast approaching, the question occupying the thoughts of many is what effect a Brexit would have on UK business. It’s one thing to hear the pros and cons from politicians but hearing the perspective from the…

What Happens to Your Data if We Bail on the EU?

15.3.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Safe Harbour is out, Privacy Shield is in; a potential Brexit is on the cards and tighter EU data protection regulations – along with bigger fines - are looming. It’s a confusing time for data protection, so maybe we should…