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Play Free Online Games: Action, Strategy, RPG, Puzzle, Sports & Shooter Games
Play the latest, most popular, and top rated online games 100% for free. Wide selection of games by genre: action, adventure, strategy, puzzles, sports, RPG, and shooting.
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Internet Neutrality

18 Cable Companies Promise To Support Net Neutrality; None Will Guarantee You In Writing
Every time the net neutrality fight comes back around, we hear the same tired promise from the cable industry: We love net neutrality, we will promise you net neutrality, just don't pass or enforce any laws that actually require us to do it.
May 19, 2017
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Ajit Pai can't convince websites that killing net neutrality is a good idea
Reps for Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix lobby to keep net neutrality rules.
April 12, 2017
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Amazon, Netflix, Reddit, And More Join Forces Today To Call For Net Neutrality Protections
They're protesting to resist possible reversals of net neutrality policy.
July 12, 2017
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An ISP Shill Group is Trotting Out Misleading Google Ads About Net Neutrality
As we've documented repeatedly, the forces pushing the repeal of the FCC's net neutrality rules--including FCC Chair Ajit Pai himself--aren't being totally honest about what they want. They'll tell you that they support net neutrality, and a "free and open' internet, just not Title II. what they don't mention, of course, is that Title II is currently the only legally sound way to enforce net neutrality principles.
May 11, 2017
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Appeals court won't rehear a challenge to net neutrality rules
The court upheld the FCC's 2015 rules just days after the agency moved to repeal them on its own.
May 1, 2017
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Apple urges FCC to establish stronger net neutrality protections
While Apple has recently been quiet on the subject of net neutrality, the company has now given its two cents on the future of the open internet. The company has called on the FCC to maintain the current ban against "fast lanes," saying that such paid prioritization deals would hamper innovation and harm consumer experience.
August 31, 2017
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AT&T is joining online net neutrality protest. Say what?
AT&T, which sued the FCC to dismantle net neutrality rules, now says it'll participate in a massive protest against rolling them back.
July 11, 2017
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Big Internet warns FCC's Pai: we will fight you all the way on net neutrality
Ugly confrontation coming up this year
April 12, 2017
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FCC beware: Facebook, Google like net neutrality just as it is
The tech giants haven't yet revealed what their plans are, but Vimeo says it's hoping to keep the internet "free and weird."
July 7, 2017
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FCC Blames "Attacks' for Comment System Crash Following John Oliver Story
As we mentioned in our earlier story about John Oliver's latest call-to-arms in defense of net neutrality, the Federal Communications Commission's public commenting system was acting a bit shaky. the FCC now claims that this crash wasn't due to a bona fide rush to file comments, but to malicious attacks.
May 8, 2017
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FCC makes net neutrality commenters' e-mail addresses public through API
E-mail addresses aren't required, though names and home addresses are.
June 15, 2017
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FCC's deregulation of business data lines could mean a price hike
Small and medium-size businesses in the US could get hit with price increases of up to 25 percent, some critics say
April 14, 2017
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Google Fiber shut off customer's service because she owed 12 cents
Google Fiber turned her Internet back on after bizarre sales tax discrepancy.
September 6, 2017
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Google, Facebook, Amazon Take FCC to Task on Net Neutrality
The Internet Association -- a group that represents 41 major Internet companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon and Netflix -- met with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai on Tuesday to express their support for the FCC's current rules regarding net neutrality; rules that Pai has said he hopes to overturn within the next few months.
April 13, 2017
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Here's What Comcast, Verizon, Netflix, And Everyone Else Has To Say About Net Neutrality
The initial comment deadline in the FCC's proceeding to kill off the 2015 Open Internet Rule -- that's net neutrality, to most of us -- has now come and gone. More than 8.9 million comments have already come in since May, blowing away the 4 million comment record set by the last time net neutrality came before the Commission in 2014.
July 18, 2017
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How Facebook, Google, Netflix, and others supported net neutrality today
See how websites, advocacy groups, and even some ISPs defended net neutrality.
July 12, 2017
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How The Internet Showed Up For Net Neutrality Today, From Reddit To Google
Maybe You'Ve Noticed that today is a day of online protest. Or maybe you haven't. Whether you realize that today marks a Day of Action in support of net neutrality depends entirely on what websites you visit--and how the companies behind those websites feel about the issue.
July 12, 2017
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How To Tell The FCC Just What You Think Of Its Plan To Break Net Neutrality
Do you like being able to access what you want on the internet without Comcast, Charter, AT&T, or some other ISP slowing it down, blocking it, or charging you extra? Well, bad news: The FCC has begun a process that will -- unless things change dramatically in the coming months -- repeal rules intended to protect internet users from this sort of interference. Here's the better news: You can tell them what you think about that.
May 18, 2017
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Internet's Biggest Companies Ask FCC to Please Leave Net Neutrality Alone
Here we are again: Years after the last big net neutrality fight, key players are once more setting down their stakes, drawing their lines in the sand, and every other metaphor for preparing to wage a legalistic battle over the open internet. the latest player to have its say is a trade group representing basically all of the internet's biggest companies, and it's begging the FCC to just leave well enough alone already.
April 12, 2017
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Net neutrality faceoff: Congress summons ISPs and websites to hearing
Lawmaker schedules hearing with goal of replacing FCC's net neutrality rules.
July 25, 2017
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Netflix changes course and says it'll 'never outgrow the fight for net neutrality'
Even though its CEO said otherwise
June 15, 2017
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Netflix Changes Its Mind, Decides Maybe It Does Care About Net Neutrality Again
Netflix, once a loudmouthed supporter of net neutrality -- the concept that your internet service provider should no say in what you do or where you go online -- but Netflix CEO Reed Hastings recently shrugged off the need for neutrality as something that was important to the company a decade ago, but which it not longer really needs. Either not everyone at Netflix is as flippant as their CEO or Hastings has had a change of heart.
June 15, 2017
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Netflix joins Amazon and Reddit in Day of Action to save net neutrality
Netflix changes tune, says it "will never outgrow the fight for net neutrality."
June 15, 2017
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Netflix shows support for net neutrality and 'open internet'
Last month Netflix's CEO said the issue wasn't his company's "primary battle."
June 15, 2017
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New solution prevents bots from accessing API servers
Bots are often the culprits behind web scraping, brute force attacks, online fraud, account hijacking, data theft, and more. Often these attacks are made through the API servers that power public-facing websites and mobile applications.
July 13, 2017
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No, AT&T, Comcast, And Verizon Are Not Suddenly In Favor Of Net Neutrality
Today's net neutrality day of action has brought out all the usual suspects in favor of keeping the internet free and accessible, but a few unexpected names have shown up today, too. Along with companies like Google, Netflix, Twitter, Facebook, and Amazon, we're suddenly seeing AT&T, Comcast, and a couple of telecom lobbying groups out in front, claiming they love net neutrality. But is it true?
July 12, 2017
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Senator Concerned AT&T/Time Warner Merger May Create Net Neutrality Violations
Well, that didn't take long: Although the formal paperwork to make the AT&T / Time Warner merger happen hasn't yet been filed anywhere for review and approval, several lawmakers have already been out in front of it voicing their sternest disapproval. Joining the club today?
November 1, 2016
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Senators Say Loss of Net Neutrality will Unleash a Political Firestorm
There™ nothing subtle about the writing on the wall: new FCC chair Ajit Pai openly despises and wants to do away with the 2015 Open Internet Order, which reclassified broadband as a utility-like service, and cemented the net neutrality rules. However, some lawmakers and consumer advocates have made it known that they aren't ready to give up these recently earned protections.
February 7, 2017
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Stop this crazy crusade! Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon scold FCC over net neutrality
Lengthy filing by Internet Association highlights value of today's rules
July 17, 2017
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The FCC says net neutrality destroys small ISPs. so has it?
Net neutrality is meant to prevent internet giants like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T from wielding their huge networks as weapons to suppress competition from web companies like Netflix, Dropbox, and even sources of news. While those large ISPs account for the vast majority of US internet subscribers, there are thousands of other internet providers out there that don't have that kind of power. And though they're small, they've played an outsized role in the net neutrality debate.
July 13, 2017
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Verizon accused of violating net neutrality rules by throttling video
FCC has no comment on petition to investigate Verizon slowing video to 10Mbps.
July 26, 2017
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What is net neutrality and why should you care?
If there's an altruistic bone in your body, you should care.
July 12, 2017
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When 'Saving The Internet' means 'Saving Crony Capitalism'
The curious case of the dog that didn't bark
July 12, 2017
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Internet Protocal Television

Google TV - Quick Tour
 
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ipTV-Daily
The future of television coming to a conection near you.
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Miro
Play Anything, Get Internet TV Shows, Search YouTube, High Definition and Fullscreen, Torrent Power.
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MyTVPal
Free High definition TV over the internet.
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Misc. - Numbers

5 ways enterprise networkers can - and can't - be like webscale stars
Agile network technologies are trickling down from companies like Facebook, but not everything translates
November 4, 2016
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A Beginner's Guide to Effective E-mail
Learn how and why the style is different at this site.
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A breakthrough in Alphabet's balloon-based internet project means it might actually work
The Loon project says these advancements shorten their timeline for deployment.
February 16, 2017
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A+Net Internet Services
Nationwide Provide of Internet Services. Internet Access (Dial up and Dedicated), Web Hosting, Web Design, E-commerce and More.
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Accton Technology Corporation
Accton is a leading Network manufacturer. It specializes in switches, hubs, adapters, networking computers and much more.
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Allegro Software - Embedded Internet Software Toolkits
Allegro Software is a leading provider of embedded Internet software toolkits.
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Alphabet Eyes Wireless Networks as Google Fiber's Rollout Halts
Access CEO Craig Barratt also said that he will be stepping down, though he will continue to advise the company at the request of Alphabet CEO Larry Page, and that an unspecified number of Access employees will be laid off as the company reconsiders its strategy for making fast internet available to consumers.
October 26, 2016
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Americans support letting cities build their own broadband networks, Pew finds
Most Americans want to let local governments build out internet service if the internet providers in their area aren't any good, according to the Pew Research Center.
April 10, 2017
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Android Things Brings TensorFlow-Based Machine Learning and Computer Vision to IoT Devices
Recently released Developer Preview 2 (DP2) for Android Things makes it easier to use TensorFlow for machine learning and computer vision on IoT devices. Additionally, it extends USB audio for several IoT platforms, adds Intel Joule support, and enables direct use of native drivers through a new Native PIO API.
February 13, 2017
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ARM buys Mistbase and NextG-Com to extend its reach in IoT
With expertise in NB-IoT low-power wide-area networking, ARM will extend its reach from smart homes to smart cities
February 21, 2017
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As IoT sales surge, consumers still lead the way
Enterprise IoT will be mostly for specialized needs until next year, Gartner says
February 7, 2017
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AT&T falsely claimed pro-Google Fiber rule is invalid, FCC says
FCC says its rules don't preempt Louisville utility pole ordinance.
October 30, 2016
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AT&T lectures Google Fiber about challenges of broadband investment
Google Fiber's reported struggles cause AT&T to take a victory lap.
August 31, 2016
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AT&T trash talks Google over Fiber fiasco: Leave ISP stuff to the experts
Telco takes a victory lap as ad giant's broadband plans collapse
August 31, 2016
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AT&T's attempt to stall Google Fiber construction thrown out by judge
AT&T sued Louisville over pole attachment rule, but judge says rule is valid.
August 17, 2017
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AT&T's throttling victory may hinder FTC's power to protect consumers
Ruling raises questions about FTC ability to regulate Google, Verizon.
September 1, 2016
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Misc. - B

Blackboard.com
an online education company transforming the Internet into a dynamic web-based teaching and learning environment for colleges, universities and organizations through course delivery.
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BlueTie Inc.
Suite of web-based applications including calendar, e-mail, instant messaging, file cabinet, SecureSend, blueCards, contact manager, that help businesses to communicate, collaborate and manage their information.
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Breakthrough means Google's internet-delivering balloons are much closer to market launch
for years now, Alphabet / Google's moonshot project to deliver wireless internet to rural areas by using balloons has been seen as a possible mid-term solution to lack of internet access. But a recent breakthrough, takes the project out of the realm of "possible" and into the realm of "nearly certain".
February 17, 2017
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"Broadband death star bill" blown up by municipal Internet advocates
Virginia anti-municipal broadband bill replaced by minor record-keeping change.
February 9, 2017
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Broadband lobbyists celebrate as FCC halts data security requirements
Data security rule would have confused Internet users, FCC chair claims.
March 2, 2017
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Cable lobby claims US is totally overflowing in broadband competition
NCTA touts data based on outdated broadband speed benchmark of 3Mbps.
July 27, 2017
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Cablevision owner replacing cable with fiber, pledges 10Gbps speeds
Altice, 4th largest US cable company, will bring fiber to millions of homes.
November 30, 2016
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Carracho
Offers Mac software that allows you to share files, search for files, resume stopped downloads, and create own chat rooms.
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Charter Files Lawsuit to Slow Rollout of Google Fiber In City Where it's not Even Offered Yet
Seven months after AT&T went to court to put up a roadblock to the deployment of Google Fiber in Louisville (even though it's not yet a market for Fiber), the folks at Charter have laid down their own legal challenge, accusing the city of being unconstitutionally biased in favor of Google and AT&T.
October 5, 2016
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China's cracking down on VPNs to make Great Firewall stronger
It will soon be tougher to gain access to Twitter and Facebook inside the country for some users.
July 4, 2017
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Chrome, Firefox, Facebook work together for a faster web
You may not care what browser caching is, but you will appreciate how refinements to it speed up Facebook and other websites.
January 26, 2017
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Cisco: IP traffic shoots up to 3 zettabytes by 2021, video will be 80% of it
The revolution will be televised... over the internet. By 2021, 82 percent of all consumer IP traffic will be video, and that growth will be driven by a boon in live streaming, courtesy of services like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. In the meantime, the internet will become an even bigger part of the fabric of how we do everything, growing to 3.3 zettabytes of traffic annually by 2021 -- up three times compared to internet traffic today (and working out to 278 exabytes per month).
June 8, 2017
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ClariNet Communications
publishes ClariNews, the Internet's first and largest electronic newspaper.
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Comcast 'Introduces' Gigabit Fiber to City That's Already Had It for 7 Years
Chattanooga, TN, has a gigabit fiber network that is basically the nation's poster child for successful public broadband investment. Former FCC chair Tom Wheeler literally held it up as the example of how super-speedy, reliable broadband could transform a community, and should be expanded.
April 11, 2017
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Comcast Joins AT&T, Sues Nashville to Slow Down Google Fiber Construction
The "fun" in Nashville never ends... at least, not for lawyers who enjoy suing the city. They've got plenty of work ahead of them, now that Comcast is joining the "let's sue Nashville to block new competition" club.
October 26, 2016
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Comcast sues Nashville over Google Fiber law
The lawsuit claims that Nashville's new ordinance, which facilitates the installation of Google Fiber, violates FCC rules.
October 26, 2016
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Comcast sues Nashville to halt rules that help Google Fiber
Both Comcast and AT&T seek invalidation of Nashville's utility pole rules.
October 26, 2016
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Comcast: we won't sell browser history, and you can opt out of targeted ads
Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon promote their fantastic privacy policies.
March 31, 2017
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Court Throws Out AT&T's Effort To Block Google Fiber In Louisville
Competition in broadband and cable is scarce at best. That’s in part because when a new player does try to build service somewhere, incumbents like AT&T will pull every legal maneuver they can to try and block it. But one court has now ruled on a contentious case in Louisville, KY, throwing out AT&T’s lawsuit and paving the way for competition to come to town.
August 17, 2017
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Cubestat
Cubestat is a free and perfect tool for website value calculation, estimations and information.
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Misc. - D

Designing the future internet
This century, our world will be flooded with hundreds of billions of smartphones, gadgets, sensors and other smart objects connected to the internet. new research is at the forefront of efforts to redesign the internet to handle the enormous increase in traffic.
October 20, 2016
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Misc. - E

eCriteria
Web database service providing businesses and webmasters a quick and simple way to create a Web database and add it to their website.
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eFax
mission is to deliver business-critical communications services to individuals and corporations throughout the world. These services include web-based fax, voicemail, and conference calling.
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EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
Defending Freedom in the Digital World.
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EFF Leaves the W3C over DRM Decision
On September 18th, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, EFF, announced that they were leaving the World Wide Web Consortium, W3C, due to its stance on DRM, effective immediately. This was published in the form of an open letter from Cory Doctorow, which is available on the .
September 14, 2017
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Enabling the multiverse of mini-internets
Edge and Fog computing is proposing to turn the deep edge into a multiverse of mini-internets but it will need crucial changes to how the internet works to make it possible
August 15, 2017
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Enfish
Free integration of email, documents and other local files with relevant information from the Internet.
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EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center)
EPIC is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values.
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Misc. - F

Facebook is building a helicopter-drone to restore Internet during disasters
At its F8 Developer Conference, Facebook today unveiled what it has dubbed the "Tether-tenna'. it's a helicopter that is the size of a Volkswagen Beetle, tethered to a line of fiber and electricity. Since electricity from the tether powers the helicopter, it can stay in the air for weeks, if not months at a time.
April 19, 2017
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Facebook's millimeter-wave radio tech hits new bandwidth records
It's no secret that Facebook is highly interested in bringing internet connectivity to more people -- even in very remote areas where traditional technologies don't typically work. to do this, the company has recently focused on its Aquila drone and many of the back-end radio technologies that are necessary for bringing wireless access to more users. Today, at its F8 developer conference, the company provided an update on the state of many of these projects.
April 19, 2017
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FBI issues a warning to parents about the privacy and safety of internet-connected smart toys
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued a PSA warning about the potential dangers of smart toys. The bureau encourages parents to consider cyber security before bringing internet-connect toys into the home because they could risk the privacy and safety of children.
July 18, 2017
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FCC Chair Ajit Pai Reveals His Plan to Kill Net Neutrality
You can say this much for new FCC Chair Ajit Pai: He keeps his word. Unfortunately for people who believe that internet service providers should not be allowed to determine what sites you visit, Pai's key promise has been to kill net neutrality. Today, Pai pulled back the curtain on his plan to undo all recent efforts to regulate broadband.
April 26, 2017
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FCC Officially Blocks Part of ISP Privacy Rule from Taking Effect
As it was foretold, so it has come to pass: the Federal Communications Commission, under the direction of its new Chairman Ajit Pai, has taken action to block a portion of its own new privacy rule for internet service providers.
March 1, 2017
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FCC puts the brakes on ISP privacy rules it passed in October
The agency's chairman seeks a stay of rule requiring broadband providers to get customer permission to share their data
February 24, 2017
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FCC rules that ISPs need consent before selling your data, but Google and Facebook still don't
I know, the term seems like an oxymoron, but the FCC is trying to protect consumer data with a new ruling that says broadband providers need to get opt-in consent before sharing user information with third parties. But the ruling only goes so far and can't touch other companies that know a whole lot about you.
October 28, 2016
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FCC seeks comment on whether it should continue halting internet subsidies for the poor
The FCC is currently seeking comment on whether it should continue to hold up the rollout of broadband subsidies for low-income households.
March 3, 2017
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FCC Stops Authorizing new Providers of Low-Cost Broadband
New FCC Chair Ajit Pai has made no effort to hide his intention to roll back many of the rules and policies put in place by his predecessor, Tom Wheeler. now that Congress has effectively undone Wheeler's internet privacy rules, Pai has set his sights on low-cost internet access.
March 30, 2017
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FCC to halt expansion of broadband subsidies for poor people
Pai won't approve new applications, drops court defense of Lifeline broadband order.
March 29, 2017
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For or against, this is the one net neutrality video you should probably watch
Three years ago, John Oliver of Last Week Tonight made an impassioned plea for people to throw their support behind a movement that would eventually enshrine U.S. net neutrality rules under so-called Title II protections, which would classify internet service providers as public utilities and regulate them accordingly.
May 9, 2017
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FormSite.com
Free and commercial services to create database-backed HTML forms using only a web browser.
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Freelink.org
Provides free pages of links that you can access anywhere at anytime.
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Misc. - G

Gaining an "edge" in IoT
Creating IoT devices requires more than simply thinking about dumb sensors and minimal processing resources.
October 18, 2016
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GlobusPort
Free online bookmarks manager and a starting page service.
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GoDaddy wants you to build your site with a swipe
The net-hosting service says its new website building tool lets you create a site in less than an hour, on your phone.
January 25, 2017
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Google and Netflix join fight against municipal broadband restrictions
Internet companies and advocacy groups battle Virginia anti-muni broadband bill.
January 25, 2017
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Google becomes first foreign internet company to launch service in Cuba
The powering on of Google caching servers follows a deal signed last year
April 26, 2017
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Google Fiber gets a new head, but loses employees
The changes come as the company looks for new cities for the high-speed internet service.
February 16, 2017
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Google Fiber is now a fiber and wireless ISP
Google Fiber finishes buy of Webpass, says it will deploy both wireless and fiber.
October 3, 2016
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Google Fiber is slashing employees, preparing to deploy wireless access points instead of fiber optics
Over the past year, it's become increasingly clear that Alphabet, Google's new parent company that runs the Access division responsible for deploying Google Fiber, hasn't been thrilled with that segment's performance or cost structure. Now, word is that Access employees are being reassigned or terminated, while plans to expand Google Fiber beyond its current markets are being substantially overhauled. Going forward, Google wants to offer wireless service, not fiber-to-the-home.
February 16, 2017
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Google Fiber makes expansion plans for $60 wireless gigabit service
As Google Fiber scales back fiber builds, signs point to wireless expansion.
February 22, 2017
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Google Fiber puts expansion plans on hold to review strategy
The Alphabet unit is also trimming staff in some locations
October 26, 2016
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Google Fiber reportedly cancels hundreds of installations in Kansas City
Hundreds of Kansas City residents who have been waiting years for access to Google Fiber are being informed that the super-high-speed internet service won't reach them after all, according to Bloomberg.
March 21, 2017
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Google Fiber says it hasn't gotten access to 44,000 poles in Nashville
AT&T calls Google Fiber claims misleading, provides numbers of its own.
September 2, 2016
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Google Fiber Shrinks Once Again, May be Restructuring for a More Wireless Future
Bad news for Google Fiber fans... and worse news for employees. Word on the street today is that the division is shrinking even more, sending its workers into other parts of the company and slimming down everything it can.
February 16, 2017
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Google Fiber to Be Internet Only in New Markets
When Google first started to roll out its blazing fast Google Fiber service, one of the things that got a lot of folks really excited were the interesting packages that bundled TV service with internet access. Google is now making some big changes to Google Fiber in new markets like Louisville, Kentucky and San Antonio, Texas.
October 9, 2017
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Google Fiber workforce slashed, prospective rollouts "paused" in multiple cities
Back in 2012, Google finally started building out its experimental 1Gbps internet service in Kansas City, subsequent to delays experienced after the initial announcement of Google Fiber back in March 2011. Since then, Google Fiber has been deployed to another seven metropolitan areas and remains committed to delivering its service to another four, which include Huntsville, Alabama; Irvine, California; San Antonio, Texas; and Louisville, Kentucky.
October 27, 2016
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Google Fiber-owned Webpass is bringing its wireless gigabit internet to Denver
Gigabit speeds delivering without fiber
February 22, 2017
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Google invests in new subsea cable that connects Singapore to Australia
Google today announced that it will invest in a new subsea cable that will connect Singapore to Perth and Sydney in Australia (with a branch to Jakarta, Indonesia). the so-called Indigo cable will be almost 5,600 miles long and will be built by a consortium that also includes AARNet, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel, SubPartners and Telstra.
April 5, 2017
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Google is helping to build another Asia-Pacific submarine cable
The new undersea fiber-optic cable will Australia, Singapore and Indonesia
April 5, 2017
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Google is testing a 'Search Lite' app for countries with slow connections
Part of a company-wide effort to make its services more useful in developing nations
August 16, 2017
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Google is using new machine learning technology to save you some bandwidth
We're now living in a world where high-resolution displays are everywhere. from large TVs to smartphones, the demand for high-quality images has also increased. That's why Google Research introduced a new technology named RAISR (Rapid and Accurate Image Super-Resolution) last year, in an attempt to harness the power of machine learning to produce high-quality versions of low-resolution images.
January 13, 2017
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Google kills Project Titan, says balloons beat drones for Internet delivery
Death of a Titan.
January 12, 2017
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Google Pauses Fiber Deployments, Cuts Staff
Google started deploying its super-fast Google Fiber internet access some five years ago in Kansas City, but progress has been painfully slow. the demand is certainly there, as evidenced by every comment section on the internet where people literally beg Google to take their money.
October 26, 2016
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Google says its AI chips smoke CPUs, GPUs in performance tests
The TPUs are faster at neural net inference, and excel at performance per watt
April 5, 2017
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Google signs a deal with Cuba to grant Cubans faster access to Google content
Cuba's state-run Etecsa telecoms company has signed a deal with Google. It means that Cuban citizens will be able to more quickly access content provided by the monopolistic internet company.
December 13, 2016
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Google slows down Fiber deployment, may switch to wireless
Google is scaling back a project because it's too expensive for the company. No, really, something is too expensive for Google. the project in question is Google Fiber, the fiber-to-the-premises service currently being developed and deployed in the US.
August 29, 2016
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Google wants better international rules for data requests
The internet giant says more than two-thirds of government requests for data from its services come from outside the US.
April 20, 2017
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Home Internet data caps and overage fees expand to more US cities
Cox takes Comcast-like approach in city-by-city expansion of overage charges.
January 24, 2017
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How IoT will impact the data center industry in 2017
The IoT (Internet of Things), is a network of devices connected to the Internet that gathers and transmits data. the ubiquitous adoption of smartphones, and the ability to connect to anyone, anywhere at any time, will have quite the impact on the data center industry in 2017.
March 8, 2017
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How much can a fiber carry? Facebook and Nokia are pushing it
An experimental technology from Nokia could expand a submarine cable's capacity by 2.5 times
March 21, 2017
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How much data can a fiber carry? Facebook and Nokia are pushing it
An experimental technology from Nokia could expand a submarine cable's capacity by 2.5 times
March 22, 2017
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How much mobile data does streaming media use?
Here's the breakdown on how much data streaming music and video use, so you know how much to budget.
July 14, 2017
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How Stuff Works
Explanation of what an application service provider is. Includes current examples and a guide on how to select an ASP.
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How to build an IoT project with Mongoose OS
IoT (Internet of Things) is about connecting physical objects ("things") to the Internet. Technically, this is done by attaching a computer to a "thing." a computer is attached in a way that it can read data from the thing and report to the Internet, and also it can receive commands and control the thing's state.
March 15, 2017
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How to test your home internet connection speed
Stop waiting on a slow Internet connection and do something about it! Testing your internet connection only takes a few minutes, and it can help you figure out how to address network issues.
August 28, 2017
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Misc. - I

i-Vantage, Inc.
Offers business solutions that will increase production at a fraction of the cost of other software vendors.
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ICANN not update the root KSK system on schedule
ICANN have had to delay their planned upgrade to the root key signing keys used by DNS thanks to between 5-8% of key validators lacking the new KSK key. If a validator only possess the 2010 key, they would no longer be able to resolve DNS properly and the vast majority of the internet would disappear for stuck on the old system.
September 29, 2017
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In the knowledge economy, we need a Netflix of education
With 4.6 billion pieces of content produced daily, it might seem that our hunger for knowledge should be satisfied -- but information production and distribution is not the same as consumption and it's not as simple as just putting information out there.
July 4, 2017
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Infotriever
Free downloadable plug-in that enables users to directly insert data into the appropriate section of their PIMs.
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Intel takes on IoT complexity with carrier-approved boards
The ready-to-use boards are intended to help vendors and users get IoT up and running quickly
February 21, 2017
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Intel's mobile future is in blazing modems as it buries Atom failure
Intel's announcing new modems, and cool new uses for 5G in autonomous cars and VR.
February 21, 2017
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Internet Fax Server
ProtoNet combines software expertise with an intense focus on practical applications of technologies.
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Internet providers now need permission to share or sell your web browsing data
But that's easy to obtain.
October 28, 2016
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Internet.com
Net news and resources on Web development, Java, browsers, e-commerce and a list of over 3,000 ISPs are only a few of the offerings that will guide your online journey.
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InternetNews.com
Culling stories from outside providers, this daily digest delivers news sections covering business, e-commerce, ISPs, intranet, international events, advertising and stocks.
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IoT data threats and other issues global companies face as GDPR nears
While the E.U.'s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) won't take full effect until May 25 2018, multi-national companies do need to take thoughtful action now to be certain their E.U.-based operations will be fully compliant when the time comes.
May 25, 2017
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ISPs and FCC Chair Ajit Pai celebrate death of online privacy rules
Pai wants the FTC to regulate ISP privacy, but no rules are in place today.
March 29, 2017
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ISPs denied entry into apartment buildings could get help from FCC
FCC looks at expanding competition rules, but it could preempt local regulations.
June 2, 2017
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Misc. - J

Judge yanks plug out of AT&T's latest attack on Google Fiber
Judge throws out lawsuit seeking to prevent rollout of broadband cables
August 17, 2017
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Misc. - K

Kenyan startup BRCK launches SupaBRCK device to solve Africa's internet equation
Kenyan communications hardware company BRCK unveiled its SupaBRCK this week — a waterproof, solar-powered Wi-Fi box that operates as a 3G hotspot and off-grid server.
March 8, 2017
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KCeasy
Giving you all the files on Gnutella and OpenFT.
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Killing Privacy is Fine Because "Nobody's Got to Use the Internet,' House Rep Says
From a distance, it can often be easy to criticize Congress as being out of touch, no matter what members are actually doing or what policies they're proposing. But every once in a while, you get a response so staggeringly clueless you wonder if a lawmaker is living on the same planet you are.
April 17, 2017
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Konspire
A searchable, distributed file sharing system with no central servers, and resumable file transfers.
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Misc. - L

Let's not stack the deck against consumers and innovators by rolling back the Open Internet Order
Having both the FTC and the FCC on the privacy beat provides consumers with protections for their sensitive data.
January 5, 2017
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Lightwell
At Lightwell, we're passionate about helping organizations overcome critical business challenges, reduce costs, increase customer satisfaction, and accelerate growth through technology.
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Link Gate
Your Gateway to the World Wide Web! Find business and finance resources here.
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Misc. - M

Mark Cuban tells Washington to let AT&T buy Time Warner, so it can compete with Google and Facebook
And Snapchat, and Apple, and Amazon, and Microsoft ...
December 6, 2016
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Mesh Networking: An alternative internet?
Currently, in order to exchange information on a computer or smartphone, we transfer it over the internet. this may take many different forms -- a web browser, email client, app or cloud storage -- but at the end of the day, you're sending packets of information to another computer via the now-ubiquitous internet. Since we interact with this system all of the time, we no longer think about "going online". for many people, it's just a natural state.
November 30, 2016
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Microsoft offers grants to organizations working to improve affordable internet access
On Thursday, Microsoft Corp. renewed its Affordable Access Initiative grant fund for a second year. the fund assists companies working to bring internet access and new technologies, services and models to underserved markets. the application process is now open for a new set of partners.
December 1, 2016
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Microsoft, Facebook Complete 4,000-Mile Subsea Cable
Microsoft and Facebook have completed the Marea subsea cable--a joint initiative to upgrade global Internet infrastructures.
September 26, 2017
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Microsoft, Facebook Run Fastest-Ever Cable Underneath the Atlantic
Microsoft, Facebook, and Telxius have finished their joint effort to run a massive bandwidth pipe 4,100 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. The new cable can transmit 160 terabits per second (20TBps). That's rather a lot. The Marea cable is 17,000 feet below the surface of the ocean, at pressures that would crush the human body like a beer can.
September 26, 2017
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MURL
My URLs is a free online bookmarks manager, think of it as a bookmarks Community.
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My Yellow Pad
Access your notes online from anywhere, for free.
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MyBookmarks
access your bookmarks anytime, anywhere. Free productivity tool for business, student or personal use.
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Misc. - N

Nashville fights Comcast lawsuit over rules that help Google Fiber
Nashville seeks dismissal of lawsuit Comcast filed to delay utility pole access.
December 2, 2016
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NetLingo:
A Dictionary of the Internet Language.
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New authentication platform seeks to tackle fake news and profiles
Fake news is big news at the moment, making it increasingly difficult to assess the reliability of material, particularly when it appears online.
February 13, 2017
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New FCC Chair Plans to Block Internet Privacy Rule Before It Kicks In
Last October, the FCC adopted a rule that limits what your internet service provider – home or mobile – can do with your private data. at the time, the rule was contentious, with two FCC commissioners dissenting volubly. One of those two commissioners, Ajit Pai, is now FCC Chairman, and he's announced his plan to stop the privacy rule from taking effect because he thinks it's not fair to pick on the Comcasts and Charters of the world.
February 24, 2017
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New platform helps integrate big data across the cloud
As enterprises continue to move their data to the cloud, they often find themselves using multiple different services. But a multi-cloud approach brings problems when it comes to managing and integrating information.
June 13, 2017
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News.com
CNET offers late-breaking technology news and commentary. Includes a searchable database, CNET radio and links to related stories.
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Object Workshop
Sanity is a software tool to design and depict relational database structures using the entity-relationship diagramming notation.
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On land and in space, IoT networks can now cover the planet
Nokia's worldwide IoT grid is a managed service that ties together private and carrier networks with satellites
February 10, 2017
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One broadband choice counts as "competition' in new FCC proposal
Price caps would be eliminated when there's one more ISP within half a mile.
April 14, 2017
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One broadband choice still counts as "competition" after court decision
AT&T and Verizon can charge more for business data, but lawsuit is still pending.
August 8, 2017
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Online Data Protection for PC Servers
Fully managed online data protection and recovery service that backs up server data, archives it in a secure off-site data center and makes it immediately available for recovery 24x7x365. 30-day Risk-Free Trial.
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Misc. - P

Plan to kill municipal broadband fails in state legislature
Angry constituents convince Maine lawmakers to vote against Republican bill.
May 4, 2017
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PrivaTech Consulting
compliance advisors specializing in Internet privacy issues and legislation.
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psybnc accounts
Instant Bouncers for Internet Relay Chat
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Putting teeth into enforcing Internet of Things security, but for how long?
The FTC has filed a complaint based on some of the security practices (and alleged lack thereof) by D-Link.
January 23, 2017
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Misc. - R

Revamped Google Sites now let anyone create websites for free
Google Sites recently underwent something of a redesign and it was made available to a select group of testers. now the website building tool is available for everyone to use.
November 23, 2016
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SAMSUNG ARTIK™ Modules Power Computing at the Edge with SAP® Leonardo IoT Edge Software
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. today announced that two SAMSUNG ARTIK™ IoT gateway system-on-modules have been certified by SAP to run on SAP® Leonardo IoT Edge, supporting interaction between the two solutions. Combining the secure, powerful edge processing of SAMSUNG ARTIK modules with SAP Leonardo will support faster and more flexible deployments of analytics in IoT projects across multiple industries.
July 11, 2017
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Samsung's Tizen 4.0 OS goes official, targets smart home and IoT devices
Something most people don't know is that Samsung is actually using more than one operating system for its mobile devices and smart appliances. One of them is Android, of course. The other is called Tizen and is Samsung's own, in-house developed, Linux-based operating system, designed to work on many of today's smart devices.
May 17, 2017
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Senate Votes 50-48 to Allow ISPs to Sell your Data
Last fall, the FCC adopted a new privacy framework that would allow broadband consumers to have a much bigger say into what happens to their data as it passes through internet providers" cables. the Senate has just voted to kill those protections, before they went into effect.
March 23, 2017
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Senate votes to kill FCC's broadband privacy rules
The Senate action would allow broadband providers to sell customer data and browser histories without permission, critics say
March 23, 2017
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Server Watch
What's new in server technology.
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Spectra Consulting
offer high-end application development, as well as Internet, Intranet, and systems integration.
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Study estimates cost of last year's internet shutdowns at $2.4 billion
Whenever there's a shutdown of internet access or restrictions placed on an app, we shake our heads disapprovingly because we know it's a fundamentally bad idea to do that. But what exactly is the cost of those shutdowns? a new study from the Brookings Institution suggests well over $2 billion over the last year.
October 22, 2016
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SureCode
Plugin databases for any web site. No programming. Many designs, free customization and branding.
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Take a Byte
A fully featured online contacts database and diary system.
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Tapper Web Consulting & Marketing
Where superb Internet promotion, creative web site design and savvy marketing strategy interconnect with your overall business goals.
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Tesla said to be in talks to create its own streaming music service
Tesla might be a music service operator soon, in addition to a maker of electric cars and solar energy products. That's according to a new report from Recode, which says that Tesla has been talking to music labels to make this happen.
June 22, 2017
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Thanks to mobile computing and the cloud, we're all starting to work from home more
A recent workplace survey says people only spend about 46 percent of their average 43-hour work week in a traditional office or cubicle environment.
December 14, 2016
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The FCC is talking about everything but the imminent repeal of its internet privacy rules
It was a productive meeting at the FCC: Chairman Pai talked about putting pressure on phone scammers, preventing phone smuggling in prisons and improving mobile service. But one thing he didn't want to talk about was the vote taking place in the Senate that very moment that would overturn privacy rules bigger and more important than anything on the agenda.
March 23, 2017
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The way is clear for Wikimedia to sue the NSA for warrantless surveillance
A federal appeals court has ruled that the Wikimedia Foundation may sue the NSA for its warrantless use of the "Upstream" surveillance program. The ruling overturns an earlier one which said the foundation could not sue due to an inability to prove that Wikimedia communication was being monitored either directly or indirectly.
May 24, 2017
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The Well
These WELL members return to the WELL, often daily, to engage in discussion, swap information, express their convictions and greet their friends in online forums known as WELL Conferences.
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The World May Be Headed For A Fragmented 'Splinternet'
The rulings on online speech are coming down all over the world. Most recently, on June 30, Germany passed a law that orders social media companies operating in the country to delete hate speech within 24 hours of it being posted, or face fines of up to $57 million per instance. That came two days after a Canada Supreme Court ruling that Google must scrub search results about pirated products. And in May a court in Austria ruled that Facebook must take down specific posts that were considered hateful toward the country's Green party leader. Each of those rulings mandated that companies remove the content not just in the countries where it was posted, but globally. Currently, in France, the country's privacy regulator is fighting Google in the courts to get the tech giant to apply Europe's right to be forgotten" laws worldwide. And, around the world, dozens of similar cases are pending.
July 7, 2017
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TheList.com
THE list of ISPs with 3,000+.
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Three reasons carriers are building new cell networks for the Internet of Things
Around the world, wireless carriers are building all-new cellular networks for the Internet of Things. These new networks won't work with cell phones – ?they're made for IoT devices that don't yet exist.
October 28, 2016
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Tizeti is bringing wireless internet to urban Africa
Facebook and Alphabet have spent millions on internet-enabled drones, balloons, and other services to solve the last mile problem of connectivity in rural markets in developing nations, but that solves a problem that affects a smaller population than addressing connectivity in cities.
March 17, 2017
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To solve IoT security, look at the big picture, ARM says
ARM's new mbed Cloud for device management is part of its IoT strategy, and so are server and network chips
October 27, 2016
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Totem streetlight poles to combine wireless with power on city streets
Battery storage on streetlights would offer first responders backup power in disasters
March 24, 2017
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Tuglet.com
e-Marketing Powertools for Small Business.
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UK consumers want an end to misleading 'fibre' broadband advertising
Conducted by specialist research agency Opinion Leader, using focus groups and in depth interviews with residential and business broadband users, the research shows that adverts using the word fibre don't enable people to make an informed choice.
June 22, 2017
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Unisoft datatech
We offer data entry, data conversion, data processing, scanning, OCR, accounting and financial services.
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US court decision will destroy the internet, roar Google, Facebook et al
Effort to redraw online copyright rules receives furious response
May 17, 2017
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Usenet Newsfeeds
Gives you access to premium Usenet services and enables you to download and post to all the newsgroups using your favorite Usenet newsreader.
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Using a Bluetooth Enabled Cell Phone to Connect to the Internet
Learn how to use a Bluetooth enabled cell phone to connect to the Internet while on the road. how to Use a Bluetooth Enabled Cell Phone.
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Misc. - V

Verizon supports controversial rule that could help Google Fiber expand
Verizon asks FCC to speed up fiber deployment, but cable lobby is against it.
June 16, 2017
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Misc. - W

Web devs want to make the Internet of S*!t worse. Much worse
The W3C wants to hook your bluetooth s*!t to websites, because shiny
October 27, 2016
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Web-Worx
internet marketing, design, consulting & ecommerce.
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WebServerCompare
In-depth Web server software comparisons.
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WebSites by CPSource
Whether designing a single page site, or multilevel interactive sites, CPSource will bring your ideas to the world in an unforgettable, and affordable way!
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What is wrong with the web
A few days ago, I published an article about Moon, a fundamental building block of a decentralized browser that aims to solve many of Mist's problems. I did so just to talk about some fancy features such as its decentralized package manager and a cool monadic notation.
July 24, 2017
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Why businesses need to change their mentality when it comes to IoT
Two years ago the FTC released a report on the Internet of Things that recommended a series of concrete steps that businesses take to enhance and protect consumers' privacy and security.
April 28, 2017
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Why France's new 'right to disconnect' law matters
Do after-hour email restrictions hurt or help productivity?
January 6, 2017
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Why Google Fiber is 'pausing' work in 11 cities and laying people off
Are you one of the lucky few who lives in a city with Google Fiber?
October 26, 2016
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Wind River uses virtualization to turn M2M into IoT
Wind River Titanium Control is an on-premises cloud platform to help companies migrate from legacy M2M systems
March 15, 2017
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Wired News
As the online complement to Wired Magazine, Wired News posts breaking stories from the digital world, emphasizing industry news, online culture and Internet privacy issues.
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Voice over Internet Protocal

CVM, Inc
IT Outsourcing and networking, Products for IT Risk Management, Business Intelligence software consulting and support, IP Phone Systems consulting, installation and support.
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Must-have features for enterprise VoIP
Make sure your big company doesn't buy a small-company phone system.
July 27, 2017
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Skype is the Global P2P Telephony Company™
that is changing the telecommunications world by offering consumers free, superior-quality calling worldwide.
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Voice over Wi-Fi Capacity Planning by Proxim Corp.
Abstract: High-quality voice-over-Wi-Fi requires increased capacity in addition to enterprise-wide coverage.
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VoIP Supplier
The web's source for VoIP Phones, IP Phones, VoIP Phone Systems, Office Telephones, phone equipment and Microsoft Response Point Systems.
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