Tag: Decenternet

cryptocurrency

Bilateral Parties Unite in the Name of Cryptocurrency

If there is one thing that both political parties would agree on, it would be the power of cryptocurrency.

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net neutrality law

California Net Neutrality Law Worries ISPs of Less Profit

Internet service providers are getting worried that their revenue will now become limited with the passage of the “gold

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comments

Report: Nearly 100% Unique FCC Comments Bucked for Net Neutrality

According to a new  Standford University information, a majority of people who submitted their comments to the Federal Communications

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Internet Firms’ Breaches Call For Internet Bill of Rights

Data breach is a worldwide problem and internet companies such as Facebook and Google have revealed the incidence of

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FCC’s 5G Scheme Leaves Small ISPs Behind In Broadband Deployment

The Federal Communications Commission’s 5G plan could disrupt net neutrality while making it difficult for small ISPs to set

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robocalls

US States AGs Compel FCC Investigate ‘Spoofing’ Robocalls

The entire neighborhood is going crazy from the spoofing calls that circulate their areas and is calling on the Federal

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Washington

Washington Ready Against Trump Government’s Intrusion On Net Neutrality

Washington will bravely face the Trump government if it sues them regarding the state’s passage of its own net neutrality law.

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data security and privacy

Data Security and Privacy: Financial Sector’s Highest Priority

Data security and privacy have been the main focus of the financial sectors or they will be held accountable

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throttling

Recent Study Exposes Major Telecoms’ Throttling Of Mobile User’s Data

Telecom companies are obviously enjoying the authority that the Federal Communications Commission have bestowed in them. Upon the demise of

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internet

Democrats’ ‘Internet Bill of Rights’ Gets Unfolded

From net neutrality to data privacy rights, you name it, the Democrats’ “Internet Bill of Rights” has it. For

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