UK officials to discuss phone-hacking incident; Italian space agency tries broadband satellite service

Wireline news from across the Web:

> British government officials will hold a meeting to discuss a "phone-hacking scandal" that accuses News of the World of accessing voicemail messages of two sets of crime victims, including an abducted 13-year old girl found murdered and relatives of people killed in London's July 7, 2005 bombings. Article

> A Time Warner Cable customer service rep was fired after making sexually suggestive comments to a woman in a support chat room. Article

> FishNet Security will move its new headquarters into Sprint's World Headquarters Campus in Overland Park, Kan. in early 2012. Release

> CTI Group has released Proteus 7 SP1, an upgrade to its hosted or premise-based call accounting solution for mobile, VoIP and PBX telephony systems. Release

> Level 3 Communications will provide ultra-low-latency transport services to QuantHouse, a provider of systematic financial trading solutions between London to Stockholm. Release

And finally ... Who says broadband satellite is not up to providing a good experience? Tooway, an Italian service provider that resells services on Eutelsat's satellite, will provide ASI, Italy's space agency, 10 Mbps/4 Mbps broadband satellite service to other Italian government agencies. Article

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