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Three 'superhero' campaign to tour the UK

A campaign launched by mobile provider Three, which aims to urge Ofcom to impose a 30% cap on the amount

Online shopping: expected to total £2.9bn in the UK this month

UK shoppers' online spending up 16%

UK shoppers spent an average of £1,175 online each last year, up 16% on the previous year, according to data

Wonga.com: wongies by Albion

Children viewed nearly 600 million payday loan ads in 2012

Children aged from four to 15 years old viewed 596 million payday loan ads in 2012, according to new research

Mike Lordan: chief of operations for the Direct Marketing Association

MPs call for more penalties against 'nuisance' marketing calls and texts

The legal threshold for the Information Commissioner to take enforcement action must be lowered to cover any marketing calls or

Nuisance calls: Ofcom looks abroad to crack down on spoofed numbers

Ofcom turns to US and Canada to crack down on 'spoofed' phone numbers

Ofcom is joining forces with its counterparts in Canada and the US to stamp out the use of "spoofed" phone

Hollyoaks: was censured for this violent fight scene

Ofcom launches investigation following violent Hollyoaks scene

Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator, has launched an investigation into violence in pre-watershed programs after censuring Hollyoaks for showing a character

Ethnic minority groups are keenest on gadgets, says Ofcom

Ethnic minority consumers keenest on gadgets, reveals Ofcom study

Consumers from ethnic minority groups are more likely to have home broadband and a mobile phone, compared to the British

Channel 4's weekly reach drops to 51%

Channel 4's weekly reach drops to 51%

Channel 4 has suffered the biggest audience losses of the public service broadcasters (PSB) over the past five years, with

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Ofcom takes action as consumers plagued by growing nuisance calls

Consumers receive an average of two nuisance calls per week, with Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims companies the biggest offenders,

Ed Vaizey:creative industries and telecommunications minister

Vaizey hails 'world leader' UK as broadband rollout continues

Ed Vaizey, the creative industries and telecommunications minister, praised the UK for being a "world leader" online, as investment in


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