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3 hrs ago | Fox News

Netflix secrets

This image released by Netflix shows Taylor Schilling, left, and Uzo Aduba in a scene from 'Orange Is the New Black.'

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6 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

Google May Have an Unexpected Hiccup With Fiber

Nonetheless, as competitors like AT&T , are 100 times faster than the traditional networks that are found in residential homes.

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Related Topix: AT&T, Startups, Cable & Satellite, Telecom, Versant, ATT, Comcast

10 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

Internet piracy crackdown intensifies

The country's biggest telecommunications companies are willing to block their customers from accessing overseas websites hosting pirated movies and music despite concerns harmless sites could also get caught by the filter.

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Related Topix: Village Roadshow

14 hrs ago | SlashGear.com

Netflix accuses Comcast of costing it customers

Netflix has been vocal in its battle for net neutrality, but despite its position, the company has relented multiple times and entered into peering agreements with major Internet service providers, including Comcast.

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14 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

Uzbektelecom cuts tariffs for internet services for ISPs [UzDaily (Uzbekistan)]

Uzbektelecom joint stock company cut tariffs for internet services for internet service providers up to US$299.22 per 1 Mbps from 29 August 2014, the press service of the company said.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

GlobeNewswire

Bitcoin Now Available as IPVanish VPN Payment Option

IPVanish VPN the fastest and fastest growing Internet privacy service today announced they've added Bitcoin cryptocurrency to their multitude of global payment options.

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Related Topix: Economics News, Bitcoin, Privacy, Wireless, Science / Technology, Wi-Fi, Emerging Technology

PC World

Having problems updating Windows 7? Try changing DNS settings

Microsoft may have republished its botched August update, but some Windows 7 users are reportedly still having problems with Windows Update.

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Related Topix: Microsoft, Startups

Customer Interaction Solutions

MWEB in talks with Dimension Data over sale of telecoms units, report ...

According to an unconfirmed report from MyBroadband, speculation is mounting that South African internet service provider MWEB is holding talks with technology group Dimension Data, a subsidiary of Japanese telecoms giant Nippon Telegraph and Telephone , concerning the possible sale of its MWEB Business, MWEB Wi-Fi and Optinet units.

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Related Topix: Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, Telecom, Science / Technology, Wi-Fi

GigaOM

Etsy sees hope for small retailers in fight over internet fast lanes

How does the FCC's controversial plan for internet fast lanes affect small retailers? Plenty, according to Etsy.

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Related Topix: Etsy, Cable & Satellite, Comcast

InfoWorld

Comcast, Marxism, and Net neutrality: Twisted words, shameless hypocrisy

In the final weeks for filing comments to the FCC on Net neutrality, the gloves have come off and the world's turned upside down.

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Related Topix: Cable & Satellite, Comcast

InfoWorld

Comcast, Marxism, and Net neutrality: Twisted words, shameless hypocrisy

Learn how connecting a Data Loss Prevention system to an access governance solution can enable organizations to make informed decisions within a proper access governance framework and appropriately evaluate and manage risk.

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Related Topix: Cable & Satellite, Comcast

The Washington Post

14 years ago, DOJ said letting one broadband company run half the country was a bad idea

Remember the year 2000? We'd just gotten through worrying about the Y2K bug. The dot-com bubble was in full swing.

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Related Topix: Business News, Federal Communications Commission, Cable & Satellite, Comcast, US Politics, Senator Al Franken, US News, US Senate, Democrat, Internet, Science / Technology, World News

Thu Aug 28, 2014

Ars Technica

Scare tactics: See how big ISPs demonize city-owned broadband

As part of its investigation of municipal broadband , the Center for Public Integrity put together some audio and visual imagery to show just how the fight plays out at the local level.

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Related Topix: Longmont, CO

The Times of India

ISP body moves SC against govt 'take down' orders

NEW DELHI: The Internet and Mobile Association of India has moved the Supreme Court questioning frequent, unilateral and arbitrary orders from government asking internet service providers to remove "objectionable" content created and posted by third parties on websites.

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Related Topix: India, World News

Airdrie City View

Everyone deserves high-speed Internet

Earlier this summer, our government announced a new plan to provide 98 per cent of Canadian households with access to affordable, high-speed Internet.

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Examiner.com

Do You Know the Types of Internet Connections?

The internet is the most important and required for everyone. We use the internet most of the times in any way.

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Related Topix: Emerging Technology, Wireless

Broadbandreports

NewWave Latest ISP to Promise 1 Gbps Speeds -

Add NewWave Communications to the growing list of ISPs large and small that are promising to soon offer 1 Gbps speeds -- albeit to a tiny portion of their overall subscribers.

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Related Topix: Tallulah, LA

Broadbandreports

Rogers, Shaw Latest to Think They Can Build a Netflix Killer -

Add Canadian cable operators Rogers and Shaw to the latest in a long list of incumbent ISPs who believe they can offer a Netflix killer that will keep cord cutters in house.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

ComputerWorld

Section 313: iiNet, industry orgs seek limits on website blocking

Internet service provider iiNet, the Internet Society of Australia , and industry bodies the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association and the Communications Alliance have all called for restrictions on the government agencies that can issue requests under the Telecommunications Act 1997 for ISPs to block websites.

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UnionLeader.com

Manchester Internet provider acquired by N.Y. firm

"It is a growth story," said James Capuano, FirstLight Fiber's senior vice president and chief of network operations.

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Related Topix: Manchester, NH, Nashua, NH

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