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We Need a Priority Lane for the Internet in Emergencies

| August 12, 2017 | 0 Comments





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A Galactic Internet Could Contact Other Planets in 300,000 Years

| July 29, 2017 | 0 Comments



The idea of communicating across the vast space that separates stars may seem impossible, but a new simulation suggests that it might not be — and that the relatively simple concept of signaling with light might make it possible.

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Facebook, Microsoft, YouTube and Twitter form Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism

| June 26, 2017 | 0 Comments





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New World Hackers Claim Mass Cyber Attack

| October 24, 2016 | 0 Comments



Not long ago, I reported on 2 Million IoT Devices are Exposed, a new brand of cyber hacker performing mass cyber-attacks using IoT devices. This week, we saw this eventuate, disrupting several large companies, after Dyn servers were attacked. PayPal, Twitter, and Spotify, were among some of […]

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United States Politicians Furious about Handing over Control of Internet to ICANN

| October 7, 2016 | 0 Comments





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Google Just Fixed One of Wi-Fi’s Biggest Annoyances

| March 20, 2015



With the new Android 5.1 update, which began rolling out yesterday in the U.S., your phone will remember which networks you attempt to connect with have crappy Wi-Fi.

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Net Neutrality Won Big Today. But We Can’t Get Complacent Just Yet

| February 4, 2015



Don’t get caught up in the fear and loathing over Title II. Details are what will count in the net neutrality debate.

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The New Space Race: Bringing Internet to the Other 4 Billion

| January 30, 2015



Back in the 1960s, the race was on between the United States and the USSR to see who could get to the moon first. That high-stakes competition ushered in a new era of space exploration featuring incredible levels of ingenuity, creativity, and scientific mastery. Now, decades later, we are on the verge of yet another […]

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Our 9 Favorite Memes of 2014, From Kermit to ¯_(ツ)_/¯

| January 1, 2015



From sarcasm to ridicule to out-and-out resignation, the best memes of the year are a perfect distillation of our (somewhat shameful) human condition.

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While You Were Offline: 30,000 People Buy Bull Poop, George R.R. Martin Freaks Out Over The…

| December 20, 2014



From the reactions to Sony pulling The Interview to the end of the beloved Serial, a lot happened on the Internet last week. Catch up here.

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The Internet Is The Best Thing Ever To Happen To Songwriters

| November 21, 2014




 Ever since, Taylor Swift decided to give Spotify the boot, under the auspices of helping songwriters, there has been a conversation suggesting that there was somehow a golden age for songwriters when they controlled their own destiny –and the Internet killed all that. I’m here to tell you that there was never any such time and if anything, the Internet was the best thing that… Read More


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The Internet of Me: Creating a Personalized Web Experience

| November 21, 2014



The Internet you experience is as unique to you as your fingerprint. Websites that have worked themselves into our routines and vocabularies have begun to figure out what kind of people we are. By developing algorithms that track our online habits, tech companies have created online experiences that are deeply personal and self-determined. At its […]

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Bits Blog: Facebook Tries to Explain Its Privacy Settings but Advertising Still Rules

| November 13, 2014




The social network will give users simpler explanations on major privacy features, but it is still giving users very little control over how their information is used to sell advertising.




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Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg, Speaking Chinese, Discusses Facebook at Beijing Forum

| October 23, 2014




At a forum at Tsinghua University in Beijing, Facebook’s chief executive discussed his thoughts on the company’s future in the country and why he is studying Chinese.




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Bits Blog: Facebook Sues Lawyers for Pressing Dubious Ownership Case

| October 20, 2014




The company says the former lawyers for Paul Ceglia, who claimed that Mark Zuckerberg had given him a large stake in Facebook, continued to argue his case despite knowledge that his evidence was fabricated.




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The Internet Sleeps at Night. Really.

| October 20, 2014



Here in the United States, we spend most of our time in an always-on world—a place where internet connections are as constant and reliable as the lights or running water. But this sort of always-on internet is very much a first-world luxury, and it appears to be confined to countries that were early users of […]

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US Government Says No Single Entity Or Nation Will Control The Internet

| October 14, 2014




 The U.S. reiterated its stance in favor of a multistakeholder model for Internet governance today. Speaking before the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said that the United States will “not allow the global Internet to be co-opted by any person, entity, or nation seeking to substitute their parochial worldview for… Read More


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Mayor Blasio wants to create an online hub for NYC’s tech scene

| October 2, 2014





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Netflix’s first feature length movie is a Crouching Tiger sequel

| September 30, 2014





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