Kevin Brennan wrote:
> You don't need a licence to be an 'ISP'. To be a broadcasting 'ISP'
> you would, but I'm sure that Fonero's Access Point would not fall into
> this category.
That has changed then. AFAIK you need a VAS license to provide ISP
However, I don't think allowing others to share your broadband would not
constitute being an ISP
>> Shakira Kelly wrote:
>> I would have thought that if you share broadband that that would make
>> you in essence an ISP and then you would need a licence?
>> Regardless according to eircoms ts&cs at
>>http://broadbandsupport.eircom.net/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE/&/?St=44&E=0000000000041804656&K=3716&SXI=1&E=0000000000041804656&St=44&K=3716&SXI=1&problem=termsandconditions&branch=4>>>> section 7.1 you cant provide service to a third party
>> Shakira Kelly I.T. Specialist
>> Wyeth Biopharma
>> Tel: + 353 1 4694742
>>>>>>>>> <paul at clubi.ie> 21/11/2006 16:35:06 >>>
>>>>>>>>> On Tue, 21 Nov 2006, Kevin Brennan wrote:
>>>>>>> Doesn't this contravene most ISP's terms and conditions in Ireland,
>>> know a provider who let's you share your broadband ?
>>>>>>> Anyone know if such restrictions would be enforceable?
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