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Comcast Tells Customers to Stop Using Tor Browser

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By Vivienne Scott  |   14 September 2014

Embattled Comcast has another complaint about customer service to add to its growing list. The cable and Internet provider has been telling customers that their service will be terminated if they don’t stop using the Tor web browser. 401 more words


The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 17) - The Azlee brothers try to define sedition. Is that seditious?

As Malaysia Day approaches, it seems that more and more people are being hauled up by the authorities for the charge of sedition. What is sedition? 13 more words


Samsung se vuelve a reír de Apple y su iPhone 6 Plus

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Cómo era de esperar, tras la reciente evento en el que conocimos los dos nuevos modelos de iPhone presentados hace apenas unos días, Samsung acaba de publicar un nuevo anuncio o comercial, en el que la multinacional coreana… 428 more words


Descarga la última beta de Whatsapp con un completo editor de imágenes incorporado

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A la espera de las prometidas y tan ansiadas llamadas de voz de Whatsapp, que de momento no se sabe nada de ellas, nos hemos descargado y probado para ti, … 443 more words


Chapter 5 – standing my ground

Reading used to be an easy and practical pass time: a book fits into a handbag or maybe the inside pocket of a jacket. People read on trains, waiting for public transport, over lunch… 521 more words


Snowden Documents Indicate NSA Has Breached Deutsche Telekom

Snowden Documents Indicate NSA Has Breached Deutsche Telekom
According to top-secret documents from the NSA and the British agency GCHQ, the intelligence agencies are seeking to map the entire Internet, including end-user devices. 23 more words


Viacom is Making Moves

The Viacom media organization has maintained its success throughout recent years. The most notable networks under its wing are Nickelodeon, MTV, and Comedy Central. And, on September 3rd, they announced their new plan to expand their service – by making a deal with Sony that would allow 22 Viacom networks to be played on Internet-enabled Sony devices. 493 more words