Welcome to the TalkTalk blog. Here you'll find regular entries from our Chairman Charles Dunstone, our CEO Dido Harding and members of the TalkTalk team.
From the launch of free broadband in 2006 to the release of our innovative new myTalkTalk package, we're always thinking of ways to change the phone and broadband market for the better. Through the blog you'll be the first to hear any news.
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We'll also be letting you know about the issues shaping the industry and any new technology that gets us excited. Hope you enjoy it - we look forward to reading your comments.
Andrew Heaney joined us as TalkTalk Group's Executive Director of Strategy and Regulation in 2007. He is responsible for developing the Group's commercial strategy and approach in key areas of regulation and public policy such as LLU, BT's Undertakings, NGA and copyright.
Andrew was previously a Competition Policy Director with Ofcom and a partner with Spectrum Strategy Consultants; he brings a wealth of experience working with government, investors, regulators and other telecoms companies.
|Recent Blog Entries|
TalkTalk wins judicial review of Digital Economy Act
We are very pleased to report that Mr Justice Wyn Williams announced that he was granting our request, jointly lodged with BT, for a judicial review of the parts of the Digital Economy Act relating to the obligations on ISPs which attempted to tackle illegal filesharing.
Investing smartly in broadband’s future
The Government outlined its spending review on Wednesday. Buried in the detail was spending plans for broadband where they have committed an extra £300m (from the TV licence fee) on top of the £230m already allocated.
TalkTalk customers not affected by ACS:Law data protection breach
As reported widely in the media today, a list with names and addresses of some 8,000+ UK broadband users has been posted on the internet, along with details of adult films they are accused of sharing. The list belonged to ACS:Law, a law firm which writes letters to other ISPs’ customers that are accused by [...]
Julian Huppert MP calls Digital Economy Act “deeply worrying”
We were very interested to read an interview on Broadband Genie with Julian Huppert MP about the Digital Economy Act (you can read the interview here).
TalkTalk criticises Digital Economy Act costs ruling
We have consistently opposed the Digital Economy Act ever since it first emerged in its original form, as the Digital Economy Bill, back in the autumn of last year.