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US to Relax its Hold on the Internet, Plans to Leave Oversight of ICANN

US to Relax its Hold on the Internet, Plans to Leave Oversight of ICANN
The US commerce department is to relax its somewhat firm hold on the Internet. Actually US is planning to leave oversight of ICANN. This came after severe criticism from the international community over the NSA’s clandestine activities.
Read more Mar 15 2014, 9:24am CDT
 

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FCC Plans to increase spending on web connections for schools and libraries

FCC Plans to increase spending on web connections for schools and libraries
Spending will double to $2 billion
Read more Feb 3 2014, 11:26am CST
 

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Brazil hosts meeting to craft Internet governance rules

Source: Channel News Asia

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SAO PAULO: Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took aim at US dominance of the Internet Wednesday, appealing at an international meeting for global governance that would give no state greater weight than others.Rousseff called the two-day NetMundial meeting in a bid to curb abuses following the furore sparked by allegations of US spying revealed in documents leaked by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia 4 hours ago
 

Google Fiber is now Coming to Shawnee, Kansas

Google Fiber is now Coming to Shawnee, Kansas
Google Fiber is now coming to Shawnee city. This will help the residents of Shawnee city to easily access all information about the city through Google maps(crime maps) to fiscal reports to streamed audio of city council meetings.
Read more May 3 2013, 3:12am CDT
 

ARIN Is Down To the Last /8 of IPv4 Addresses

Source: Slashdot

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An anonymous reader writes "On 3 February 2011, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) issued the remaining five /8 address blocks, each containing 16.7 million addresses, in the global free pool equally to the five RIRs, and as such ARIN is no longer able to receive additional IPv4 resources from the IANA. After yesterday's large allocation (104.64.0.0/10) to Akamai, the address pool remaining to be assigned by ARIN is now down to the last /8. ...
Full article at: Slashdot 8 hours ago
 

‘Civil society should be part of discussions on Internet technologies’

Source: Russia Today

RT: How did the US manage to retain so much concentrated control over the internet over the decades? Carolina Rossini: The US did not proactively take over the Internet. They for decades have invested in research projects that actually were trying to develop better communications both for the army and universities. So naturally the US invested into technology that was a technology for the internet as we know it today. Of course that e ...
Full article at: Russia Today 8 hours ago
 

U.S. Government Blocks Domain Names

U.S. Government Blocks Domain Names
ICANN Censors Roughly 80 Sites
Read more Nov 27 2010, 10:26pm CST
 

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AT&T is looking to expand its gigabit fiber to 25 major metropolitan areas

Source: Consumer Reports

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AT&T is looking to expand its gigabit fiber to 25 major metropolitan areas AT&T announced yesterday that it was looking to extend its “ultra fast” U-Verse with GigaPower fiber Internet service, which is currently available in Austin, Texas, to a potential total of 25 major metro areas, delivering speeds of “up to 1 Gbps.” When reached for comment, an AT&T spokesman emphasized that the company ...
Full article at: Consumer Reports 1 day ago, 1:29pm CDT
 

Fiber watch: Kansas City getting taste of Google's business network

Source: Nashville Business Journal

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Google Fiber, the gigabit Internet service provided by the California-based tech giant, has announced plans to roll out a small business service pilot program in Kansas City,  the Kansas City Business Journal reports.  That's good news for Nashville, one of a handful of cities on the short list for  Google's next expansion of its fiber network.  Fiber has been pitched as a residential service, something Nashville's tech ...
Full article at: Nashville Business Journal 2 days ago, 2:21pm CDT
 

First Non-Latin Web Address Up

First Non-Latin Web Address Up
Today is a historic day, and I say that with no hyperbole whatsoever. The first non-Latinate web addresses launched...
Read more May 6 2010, 1:08pm CDT
 


 

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