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Net Neutrality: Comcast Gets Sued

  Net Neutrality The issue of who controls the Internet–whether it remains as it is with open access or can be controlled by private telecommunications companies–moved to the fore again this week when a San Francisco subscriber to Comcast launched … Continue reading

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Comcast Hijacks the Internet

For those who wonder what all the fuss about so-called net neutrality is about, witness what Comcast has done to subscribers of its "Internet" service. Essentially, Comcast is secretly blocking certain Internet requests and Internet traffic in the same manner … Continue reading

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The Trouble With WiMax

  Broadband for the rest of us? I like WiMax, I think WiMax is an excellent solution for broadband Internet access. I've got nothing against WiMax. But I think WiMax has a major, perhaps fatal, problem. WiMax, as the name … Continue reading

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Google Owns You

Google, whose corporate creed includes the motto "You can make money without doing evil," has announced that it will retain personal data on individual Web surfers' searches for only 2 years. And in an another amazing example of TP (technological prevaricaton–see article … Continue reading

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