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Net Neutrality II: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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The FCC will vote on the Restoring Internet Freedom NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking) on 18 May 2017; once that’s done, the proposal will remain open for public comment until 17 July 2017, followed by a month-long reply period.

‘Ghost Hosts’ Bypass URL Filtering

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Malware authors have found a way to evade URL-blocking systems by swapping bad domain names with unknown ones.

2016

Radio.Garden your internet map radio

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By bringing distant voices close, radio connects people and places.

5 Ways to Secure Your Browser

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What’s the one piece of software you use more than anything else, day in and day out? For most people, the answer is easy: their web browser.

Bruce Schneier: ‘The internet era of fun and games is over’

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Internet pioneer Bruce Schneier issued a dire proclamation in front of the House of Representatives’ Energy & Commerce Committee Wednesday: “It might be that the internet era of fun and games is over, because the internet is now dangerous.”

Security check for Internet of Things

Check if your internet-connected devices at home are public on Shodan. If they are, this means they are accessible to the public, and hackers.

2011

Anonymous announces: The Plan

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Anonymous, the faceless hacktivist organization spawned from the Internet, has released a plan- excuse me- “The Plan.”

How to submit website to Baidu.com

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We just want to share with you guys how to submit your website to Baidu, China’s #1 search engine…

Wireless router hijacked for child pornography

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Malcolm Riddell awoke at 6 a.m. one day last year to some of the most heart-sinking words a homeowner can hear: “FBI, open up.”

2010

How to submit website to Baidu.com

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We just want to share with you guys how to submit your website to Baidu, China’s #1 search engine…

Bunny-crushing videos stir outrage online

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BEIJING (AFP) – A group of “crush fetishists” has caused an online storm in China after uploading graphic videos showing attractive young Chinese women crushing small rabbits.

Crooks prey on young online

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ONE in 10 Australian internet users – more than 1.3 million people – lost an average of $1000 each to cyber criminals in the past 12 months.

Name.com coupon code for June 2010

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Coupon Code: SIZZLING .COM & .NET registrations for $7.99

Namecheap.com coupon code for June 2010

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Coupon Code: SUMMERTIME Discount Price: $8.81 domain name registration at Namecheap

Name.com coupon code for .TV June 2010

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Starting today we are now offering one year .TV registrations for the low price of $10.99! But wait..it gets better. If you register a .TV for two or more years, you get it for the super low price of just $9.99/year. Still want more? For the month of June you can use the code SHOWTIME for $29.99 .TV renewals!

Google I/O Will Be Chrome’s Time to Shine

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In the year and a half since it first emerged, Google’s Chrome browser has matured from a thinner-than-air experiment that only ran on Windows into a stable, full-featured browser that works on all major operating systems and is available in 50 languages.

Has Apple won the Web video war?

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With Apple declaring war against Adobe’s hold over Web video, some reports say the Cupertino company has already won.

Facebook Rolls Out New Login Security Features

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Facebook is now one of the most popular targets for phishers, hackers and scammers.

Apple MobileMe Mail beta Invitation

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What is this? We originally thought it could possibly be linked into the rumors that MobileMe may soon be free, but reader Beau quickly pointed us to a news post from Apple detailing a new MobileMe Mail beta application.

Twitter hit by bug

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BEIJING, May 11 (Xinhuanet) — Twitter has been hit by a bug that left users, including many celebrities, with no “followers”.

New attack today against Wordpress

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Note that we are not blaming Wordpress here. I am assuming that if the problem was on Wordpress itself, the number of infected sites would be much much bigger. Maybe a plugin is vulnerable or someone stole lots of passwords. Also, all the hacked sites were on shared hosts, no one so far on a private server

Rumor: MobileMe To Drop Subscription Fee

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MobileMe may be the one Apple product I’ve never been tempted enough to at least consider pulling the trigger on.

First internationalised domain names go live

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The first top level domains with non-Latin characters went live on Thursday, just over six months after the process for doing so was approved, with another thirteen nearing registration.

‘Cyberwar’ A Misused Term

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Some officials and computer security companies are arguing that the World Wide Web is battlefield in a “cyberwar” that has armies of hackers stealing online secrets and using the Internet to attack the mainframe of many real world companies.

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