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Be Broadband and Orange were among the winners during this year's Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) Awards, which was held yesterday (July 8th).

Orange was given the corporate social responsibility prize during the ceremony, while Be was given the award for being the best consumer fixed broadband provider, reports ISPreview.co.uk.

Clara.net was named the best business fixed broadband company, while Plusnet took home an award for its quality of customer service.

Discussing the choice of Lord Mandelson as this year's ISPA Internet Villain, the organisation said: "The ISPA Council decided that Lord Mandelson was a deserved winner of the villain award for ignoring principles of better regulation to amend an open consultation following lobbying from an interest group - no prizes for guessing which one."

The ISPA was established in 1995 and is designed to promote competition and self-regulation within the broadband industry.

Over 200 companies are members of the trade association.

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