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The offices of RedHotAnt have been raided this afternoon by police and trading standards officials from Kent.

Police obtained a warrant to search the premises as part of a joint operation and have taken away equipment and documents for further examination.

As of 6.00pm Friday evening officials were still sifting through material at the offices in Hythe.

Earlier this week RedHotAnt suspended its unmetered Internet service. ®

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