Russia already has a lock-down on state media channels, but the blogging world is still open to criticise and leak issues with the current government. The Kremlin, under the authorisation of Vladimir Putin, will look to end this openness on the Internet. The new bloggers law, signed ...

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The population of Earth currently sits just above seven billion, and a large part of that population resides in two countries: China and India. Individually they have populations of 1.3 billion and 1.2 billion, making up for more than a quarter of the Earth's population. This is ...

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Netflix has signed a peering agreement with AT&T, allowing the video streaming service to maintain a direct connection to the ISP. This is the third ISP in the United States, which Netflix has had to make a deal with, in order to keep decent speeds. The interconnection ...

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The United States government want to do something about the growing issue of illegal movie and music streaming. Most governments already sanction websites like The Pirate Bay that offer torrented content, but streaming sites remain untouched. David Bitkower, Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General, pushed the new legislation ...

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Russia is beginning to crack down hard on journalists, hackers and anyone who wants to send information out of the country. Vladimir Putin's government has announced all web services must store data inside Russia by 2016 and censorship is ripe. In order to take down another issue ...

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YouTube were looking to acquire Twitch.TV back in May, when rumors started floating about YouTube in early talks with the video streaming service, for a deal said to be worth $1 billion. This deal could be finalised by both parties and an announcement will be coming ...

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OnePlus One will not have the highest sales this year or the most revenue per customer. In fact, OnePlus might not be a relevant company in a year's time, but right now, they are swooning Android fans over in swarms. The OnePlus One might have still been ...

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In China, India and developing nations, urban farming has become a way to create sustainable produce without living thousands of miles away from the city. It is now coming to the developed countries, but will this new type of personal farming catch on? Urban farming uses the ...

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