Netflix has been fighting for net neutrality in the United States for the past few years, determined to make sure Comcast, AT&T and other broadband companies cannot force internet services to pay more for data speeds to customers. Even with these strong commitments in the U.S., it ...

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Google is looking to create a way to connect four billion people still without basic internet access to the rest of the world, by utilizing hot-air balloons filled with LTE signals, capable of transmitting up to 20mbps to customers. This is known internally as Project Loon and ...

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The Federal Communications Commission has voted in favor of the strongest net neutrality laws by three to two, in a landslide victory for consumer advocacy groups and net neutrality supporters who have battle for months to get the vote passed. New laws will go into effect later ...

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Dutch-based SIM maker Gemalto has confirmed the British and American intelligence agencies GCHQ and NSA did attack the company's office computers, but did not manage to steal encryption keys from the database. It comes a week after The Intercept reported on Gemalto's break-in, which came as a ...

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On the most celebrated night in movies in the United States, director Laura Poitras, journalist Glenn Greenwald and some of team who worked on Citizenfour went on stage to accept the Oscar for 'Best Documentary'; following the change in Edward Snowden's life following the revelations of ...

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Apple wants to make its infrastructure in Europe larger and eco-friendly, investing $2 billion into two data centers powered by 100 percent renewable energy. The data centers are paramount to Apple's iTunes, Siri, iCloud and iMessage services, which need to delivered directly for maximum efficiency. Athenry, Ireland ...

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The U.S. National Security Agency and its counterpart in the UK GCHQ have both been branded for a huge attack on SIM manufacturer Gemalto by The Intercept, who claim a covert operation was in place to steal encryption keys for large batches of SIM cards, allowing both agencies ...

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Russian security firm Kaspersky has reported "the most sophisticated computer and network attack" is part of an operation by the U.S. government to maintain surveillance on Russian, Chinese, Iranian, Iraqi and Afghani networks. The attack was similar to the U.S. and Israel's Stuxnet attack on Iranian nuclear ...

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