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FCC Chairman Moves To Stop Internet Privacy Plan, Seeking To Match FTC Rules

Updated with Clyburn and McSweeny statements: Looks like you can forget about the rules the FCC approved in October to bar Internet providers from monitoring the sites you visit, unless you give permission to do so. 410 more words

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FCC Chairman to Block Implementation of Stricter Broadband Privacy Rules

The new Federal Communications Commission chief will move to block broadband privacy rules, approved by the Obama administration, that subject broadband providers to stricter scrutiny than websites, a spokesman said on Friday, in a victory for internet providers like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon Communications. 83 more words


Vodafone Launches Fibre Broadband, Gearing Up For A Fight With MTN

Looks like we have a fibre broadband fight on our hands.

Vodafone recently launched their own fibre broadband solution. This is just some months after MTN rolled out their own fiber broadband solution in Accra. 338 more words


Beta 2.3 - Trial of IPv6 Support

As announced by Frontier today, they will be trailing the use of IPv6 support in the upcoming 2.3 Beta. There’s quite a lot of detail on this… 42 more words

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On mild Internet addiction

Since I’ve hooked the superfast broadband directly to my house I no longer needed to wait for YouTube videos to buffer, and so have since squandered my leisure time on frivolity and nonsense (and reading all that civilised political discourse out there). 324 more words


Using broadband to create a data trade

Proponents of connecting more people to the internet via a high-speed connection should consider the, “and …what else?” response from consumers who have not yet taken the broadband plunge. 284 more words

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