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20/10/2020 12:04:08  

Something something national security, right?

An obscure court case about radio spectrum licensing law has jumped to greater prominence after a government barrister suggested a High Court judge “left a lacuna in relation to the protection of national security” when he ruled ministers could not tell Ofcom to ignore the law.…

15/10/2020 12:00:25  

Homes are entitled to broadband connections of 10Mbps under government rules but at what cost?
13/10/2020 09:00:14  

The media watchdog finds a Newsnight report infringed the murdered journalist's right to privacy.
08/10/2020 15:59:55  

In the weeks after lockdown, time spent chatting on mobiles rose 50%, Ofcom says.
29/09/2020 17:02:10  

The revelation in The Sunday Times that Boris is wants to appoint Charles Moore as BBC Chairman and Paul Dacre to run Ofcom, prompted outrage from the chattering metropolitan media class; with the likes of Adam Boulton accusing No. 10 of being an “oligarchy” and “elite populism run riot”. When Guido pointed out to Boulton that Labour […]
26/09/2020 20:01:55  

Tim Shipman is reporting in the Sunday Times that Boris has lined up Paul Dacre, the legendary former editor of the Daily Mail, to run Ofcom and newly ennobled Charles Moore to become chairman of the BBC. The chattering classes are aghast that these jobs could be going to social conservatives. This is not the […]
17/09/2020 13:58:27  

The dance troupe's BLM-inspired performance on BGT received 24,500 complaints.
07/09/2020 17:34:20  

Hundreds of complaints were made to media watchdog Ofcom, mostly about the group's BLM dance.
28/08/2020 16:35:15  

Lockdown measures enforced due to the Covid-19 pandemic brought about a surge in TV watching and online streaming, according to media watchdog Ofcom. From a report: Its annual study into UK media habits suggested adults -- many stuck indoors -- spent 40% of their waking hours in front of a screen, on average. Time spent on subscription streaming services also doubled during April. At the height of lockdown, adults spent an average of six hours and 25 minutes each day staring at screens. Screen time overall was up almost a third (31%) on last year. People watched streaming services, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+, for one hour 11 minutes per day, and 12 million people joined a service they hadn't used previously. Three million of these viewers had never subscribed to any service before.

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