They sure are...so who do i ring besides o2 tomorrow..think il cancel my phone and broadband for this sly act!!!!
From another site
Was looking over the broadband T & C and noticed a few things
4.4. O2 reserves the right to restrict, modify or block access to the Service if in its reasonable opinion the Service is being used for purposes other than as permitted under this Agreement.
Well you are now restricting access to the Service unilaterally but how have you come to your 'reasonable opinion the Service is being used for purposes other than as permitted under this Agreement' for each individual user?
10. Liability (Limitation and Exclusions)
10.3 O2 Mobile Broadband will allow you to access websites offered by third parties. O2 has no control over these sites and is not responsible for their availability, content or subject matter. O2 does not control or select this content and is not responsible for its availability or subject matter. O2's inclusion of this content does not imply any endorsement of the content and O2 accepts no liability whatsoever for this content.
This is clearly false. By blocking access O2 does have control over sites by selecting only content they approve. Is O2 now in breach of contract by deliberately ignoring your own T & C? Perhaps you should have changed them first.