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Netflix Wants the Benefits of the Net Without Its Costs

Netflix Wants the Benefits of the Net Without Its Costs
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings doesn’t like paying for Internet connectivity. He has a new idea, which he calls “strong net...
Read more Mar 27 2014, 8:29am CDT
 

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Netflix Stresses Net Neutrality and Regulated ISPs while Comcast Committed for Open Internet

Netflix Stresses Net Neutrality and Regulated ISPs while Comcast Committed for Open Internet
Netflix didn’t necessarily make the right decision by signing the pact with Comcast. That is why today its CEO is stressing Internet neutrality and regulated ISPs. Comcast states in response that it has the stronger commitment to openness of the Internet than any other firm.
Read more Mar 21 2014, 7:58am CDT
 

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Brit boffins use TARDIS to re-route data flows through time and space

Source: The Register Hardware

Dow Falls As Technology Sector Stocks Tumble
'Traffic Assignment and Retiming Dynamics with Inherent Stability' algo can save ISPs big bucks A gaggle of boffins from University College London have proposed a method to cut data carriage costs for internet service providers (ISPs) and have given their idea the name TARDIS, for “Traffic Assignment and Retiming Dynamics with ...
Full article at: The Register Hardware 6 days ago, 1:29am CDT
 

What The Comcast-Netflix Deal Means For Consumers

After last month’s appeal court ruling striking down the FCC's net neutrality rules, yesterday’s deal between Comcast...
Read more Feb 24 2014, 10:16am CST
 

Open Rights Group presses UK ISPs on Data Retention Directive

Source: Inquirer

Most ISPs haven't responded yet ...
Full article at: Inquirer Apr 11 2014, 8:02am CDT
 

Sweden won't enforce data retention law against ISP that deleted metadata

Source: PC World

The Swedish authorities won’t take action against an ISP that erased all retained communications metadata, even though there is still a law in place compelling providers to retain such data, the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) said Friday.Swedish ISP Bahnhof decided earlier this week to delete retained records and stop collecting data about its customers’ communications in the wake of a ruling from the Court of Justice of the Eu ...
Full article at: PC World Apr 11 2014, 7:35am CDT
 

Internet Censorship Undermining Emerging Markets' Economic Recovery

Internet Censorship Undermining Emerging Markets' Economic Recovery
Co-written by Dr. Joshua Walker NSA surveillance activities are projected to cost the American economy billions of...
Read more Feb 12 2014, 3:32pm CST
 

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The Online Video Ecosystem Explained — Who Holds The Real Power In Video Streaming?

Source: The Business Insider

Netflix's recent peering agreement with Comcast has ignited a firestorm of debate about the relationship between video companies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs). ISPs operate the "last-mile" of fiber that connects the final segment of the Internet — including bandwidth-intensive video — with end users.  Unfortunately, there's been a lot of misinformation over how peering agreements, including the Netflix-Comcast deal, relat ...
Full article at: The Business Insider Apr 10 2014, 9:28am CDT
 

Intermittent access to government websites due to Heartbleed Bug: IDA

Source: Channel News Asia

SINGAPORE: The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) said visitors to government websites may experience intermittent problems with access as it conducts security checks after a vulnerability was reported in OpenSSL encryption.An IDA spokesperson said: "A bug was discovered in OpenSSL which could lead to unauthorised access to confidential data." To date, there have been no repor ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia Apr 10 2014, 8:36am CDT
 

Netflix Can Make The Public To Care About Net Neutrality

Netflix Can Make The Public To Care About Net Neutrality
I’m not the first person to say that if you want to get Americans to care about an issue, hit them in their pocketbooks...
Read more Jan 23 2014, 4:04am CST
 


 

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