Friday, 21 June 2019

UK High Court backs ‘fake fibre’ movement with bizarre ruling

Chris Kelly
Tuesday 16 April 19

ISPs will be allowed to use the term ‘fibre’ in advertising for FTTC services, in a move that has been greeted with irritation by the UK's altnet providers

The UK’s High Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the Advertising Standards Authority, upholding its decision to allow internet service providers (ISPs) to use the term ‘fibre’ in their advertising campaigns for broadband services that use hybrid copper / fibre networks…

The UK’s High Court of Justice has ruled in favour of the Advertising Standards Authority, upholding its decision to allow internet service providers (ISPs) to use the term ‘fibre’ in their advertising campaigns for broadband services that use hybrid copper / fibre networks…

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