Posted in cloudflare computing cryptography Internet Public Key Infrastructure routing Security Tech

Cloudflare wants internet route leaks to be a thing of the past

Internet outages happen all the time. If it’s not someone cutting through a cable in the street, it’s a massive denial-of-service attack pummeling a pillar…

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Posted in Alibaba alibaba group asia e-commerce economy Garena Internet online marketplaces sea Southeast Asia Tech world wide web

E-commerce drives Southeast Asia’s Sea to record revenue but big losses remain

Sea, one of Southeast Asia’s largest internet companies, continues to see losses although its growing e-commerce business helped it hit record revenue. The Tencent-backed company…

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Posted in Ajit Pai business DC Exclusives - Original Reporting Internet Net Neutrality Politics Uncategorized US World

US Internet Speed Has Gone From 12th To 6th Fastest Since End Of Net Neutrality

Since the repeal of “net neutrality” took effect on June 11, the U.S. internet speed has gone from 12th to 6th fastest in the world….

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Posted in encryption Firefox Heartbleed HTTPS Internet Internet Engineering Task Force internet security Mozilla Security Tech Transport Layer Security

Firefox now supports the newest internet security protocol

Last Friday, the Internet Engineering Task Force released the final version of TLS 1.3. This is a major update to TLS 1.2, the security protocol…

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Posted in apps asia computing facebook Gaming India Internet Mexico mobile Social Media Tech WhatsApp world wide web

WhatsApp limits message forwarding in bid to reduce spam and misinformation

In a bid to cut down on the spread of false information and spam, WhatsApp recently added labels that indicate when a message has been…

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Posted in ceo computing digital media Enterprise Internet Social Media TC

Security, privacy experts weigh in on the ICE doxxing

In what appears to be the latest salvo in a new, wired form of protest, developer Sam Lavigne posted code that scrapes LinkedIn to find…

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Posted in DC Exclusives - Opinion Internet Opinion Politics Psychology The Daily Caller

The Dangers Of Labeling Opponents As ‘Enemies’

In an opinion piece published last week in The Washington Post entitled “We are no longer capable of forgiving our enemies”, author Elizabeth Bruenig breaks…

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Posted in Internet music biz online media Politics rare

Rare Country never wanted to say goodbye, but the time has come

Eric Church Screen Shot 2018-03-30 at 12.56.18 AM Goodbyes aren’t easy, especially those goodbyes that rip your heart out and leave you feeling a little…

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Posted in facebook Internet online media rare

Facebook killed Rare.com. Long Live Rare Liberty!

Five years ago, I was working for Senator Rand Paul and was frustrated. Not with my job. I loved my job. I was working for…

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Posted in facebook Internet online media rare

Killed by Facebook: What It’s Like to Work at a Website Killed by Facebook’s Algorithms

It’s 2013, and I have no idea where I’m going, but I do know my internship is over, and the pressure is on. A co-worker…

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Posted in al jazeera big data facebook Internet privacy

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “sorry” for ‘major breach of trust’

The head of Facebook has apologised for the “major breach of trust” the social media platform committed, when it allowed personal information of 50 million…

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Posted in AFP europe facebook global economics Internet Taxes

EU to unveil digital tax targeting Facebook, Google $GOOG $FB

The EU will unveil proposals for a digital tax on US tech giants on Wednesday, bringing yet more turmoil to Facebook after revelations over misused…

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Posted in Internet Taxes The Daily Signal WallSt

Don’t Tax the Internet 

“Creative destruction.” When I first heard the term in school, I thought it must have been a mistake. How can creation destroy? And how can…

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Posted in globalpost Internet Politics Russia

A mole among the trolls: A look Inside Russia’s online propaganda machine

Long before Americans heard about Russians using social media as part of a broader interference campaign in the 2016 US presidential elections, the Kremlin was…

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Posted in guns Internet Politics The Washington Times video

.@AlexJones’ @Infowars nears @YouTube ban over conspiracy theory videos

Alex Jones’s Infowars site now has “two strikes” against it from YouTube over its videos on the Florida school shooting and the next violation will…

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Posted in Conservatives Crime Internet Politics The Daily Signal

Conservative Nonprofit PragerU Is Suing Google for Discrimination

Prager University, a conservative nonprofit that creates educational videos, is suing Google for allegedly discriminating against the digital media organization for its fairly moderate ideological…

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Posted in AFP Internet Newspapers online media

Free news getting scarcer as paywalls and ad-blockers proliferate

For those looking for free news online, the search is becoming harder. Tougher restrictions on online content have boosted digital paid subscriptions at many news…

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Posted in broadband International Business Times Internet Politics

#NetNeutrality Ends April 23rd

The United States Federal Communication Commission’s order to repeal net neutrality protections were officially published Thursday in the Federal Register. The order will go into…

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