Does the Digital Economy Bill effect your holiday home WiFi?

Are you offering free or paid WiFi in your holiday home or hotel?  Do you know what your customers are downloading, are you keeping adequate log files, and user records?  If not, you could be at risk from the Goverment’s new Digital Economy Bill that puts the broadband customer in the line of fire for any illegal activity that occurs from your IP address.

Downloading copyrighted music, pictures or films could result in fines of upto £50,000, but a more likely fine of between £595 – £1200 has been recorded in the press during the last few weeks.  That simple WiFi installation could be more trouble than its worth, but the average holiday maker or business traveller is now demanding it rather than it being an optional extra.

So, what’s the answer?

Simple – don’t try and do it yourself, call in the experts who have access to the latest, most secure equipment and software to ensure that you are fully protected.  From hardware firewalls, to port based monitoring we can ensure you don’t fall foul of the law.  With systems starting from £199 fully installed, it won’t break the bank either.

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