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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Totalise, the formerly mutual ISP, was suspended on the AIM stock market on February 1 for failing to file its interim accounts on time.

At time of writing, Totalise has not returned our calls to the company.

So far as press coverage is concerned, Totalise has escaped pretty lightly - the announcement of suspension on RNS, the Regulatory News Service of the London Stock Exchange, does not appear on Etrade.co.uk, where we look for our UK company financial information.

All we can find is an article on the Yorkshire Post (good for financial background), a tiny reference on iii.co.uk, and this copy of RNS notice on UK-Wire.com

Companies have three months after the end of the half-year to file interims, and up to six months after that. Failure to file within the time means cancellation of a company's listed status. ®

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