The 2008 ISPAs - the 10th annual UK Internet Industry Awards in association with Epitiro - took place in London on Friday.
HM Revenue & Customs won the Villain of the Year award for losing the personal details of 25 million UK citizens. The awards are organised by the Internet Services Providers' Association (ISPA).
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The winners were:
Best consumer ISP - PlusNet
Best business ISP - Eclipse Internet
Best consumer broadband - NewNet
Best business broadband - Datanet
Best eonsumer e-mail - Entanet
Best business e-mail - Eclipse Internet
Best dial-up - Waitrose
Best shared hosting - Namesco
Best dedicated hosting - UKFast
Best wireless ISP - Vodafone
Best internet telephony - Entanet
Best streaming - Astream
Best portal - Bt.yahoo.com
The Internet Watch Foundation Award - Richard Swetenham, head of the eContent and Safer Internet Unit at the European Commission
The Corporate Social Responsibility Award - BT
Internet villain - HM Revenue & Customs
Internet hero - Peter Robbins, chief executive of Internet Watch Foundation