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  • Harley Faggetter: This point raises valid concerns, although not outlined technically above, as to the means in which alleged copyright holders will ascertain that traffic contains data holding their copyright.... (8 April 2010)
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  • mary branscombe: As broadband Internet connections are a physical wire (copper or fibre) coming into a building, the ISP will always have the current physical address matching a connection. That might not match... (8 April 2010)
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  • James Barthol: I can't be sure this is what was on the MPs mind, but it's true that 'Service Address' and 'Billing Address' are different things. Often they are the same, but not always. Further, Service... (8 April 2010)
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  • Alex Butcher: Conceivably those still using dialup, or using 3G, or WiFi ISPs could move without informing their ISP of such a fact, as long as they're still paying their bills. I'll concede that, with the... (8 April 2010)
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  • Chris Rusbridge: It is clearly not possible to continue to receive Internet Service via ADSL after having moved address without having informed the ISP, since the equipment required would otherwise remain... (8 April 2010)
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  • Paul Annett: If an internet connection is active, the ISP will have the correct physical location of the property on file. If you move house and do not give your ISP your new address then your internet... (8 April 2010)
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  • Leonard Loughrey: Thank you Mark Todd MP for forwarding this information on Park Home retired residents, I for one chose to live in a Park Home from the Sale pitch given at point of sale. The reason to down size... (10 January 2010)
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  • Joan Goodwin: I was told by an Open Reach telephone engineer that BT will often say they cannot provide a faster broadband service to customers in rural areas; however, if those customers move to a different... (7 November 2008)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Why was Martin Green allowed to dehydrate to death in the 'care' of the State? Aged 25, Mr Green was described as looking like a "Holocaust victim" when he dehydrated to death from constant... (14 December 2007)
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