April 17, 2021

How secure are VPNs?

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We all know that huge tech sites like Google are no stranger to privacy violations and massive data collection. These sites know a lot about us ranging from our hobbies all the way down to our exact location. The unfortunate part is that it’s not always clear what information we’re giving up in exchange for […]

Record labels file ‘Billion Dollar’ piracy lawsuit against ISP Cox

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BY ERNESTO From TF A group of major record labels including Sony, Universal, and Warner Bros, has filed a piracy liability lawsuit against Internet provider Cox Communications. In common with a previous case filed by BMG, they accuse the ISP of turning a blind eye to persistent pirates. With more than 10,000 copyrighted works listed, […]

UK watchdog tells ISPs to advertise ‘real’ broadband speeds

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By Nick Summers From engadget Stricter guidelines should mean more accurate speed claims in broadband ads. Broadband packages are notoriously difficult to untangle. Prices are obscured with introductory discounts and the speeds you get are nothing like what was advertised. It sucks, and the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) knows it. So today, the watchdog […]

LOGIC: KeyTech’s six month results: Loss of $3.1 Million

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From Bernews The KeyTech Group of Companies today [Dec 30] announced a loss of $3.1 million for the six-month period ended September 30, 2015, compared with a loss of $19.9 million for the same period in the prior year. “This is an improvement of $0.1 million when normalized for the loss on the sale of […]

Judge issues devastating ruling against online copyright crusaders

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By Geoffrey Ingersoll From Business Insider Washington District Judge Robert Lasnik ruled simply that IP addresses are not individuals, according to a report by Torrentfreak. An “Internet Protocol” address is a numerical value placed on a computer that is participating in Internet traffic. An Internet Service Provider, or ISP, is the company that provides consumers […]