ISPs

A Bad Broadband Market Begs for Net Neutrality Protections

Anyone who has spent hours on the phone with their cable company can tell you that in the broadband market, the customer is not always right.<p>When it …

Net Neutrality

How to build your own VPN if you’re (rightfully) wary of commercial options

While not perfect, either, cloud hosting providers have a better customer data record.<p>In the wake of this spring's Senate ruling nixing FCC privacy …

Cybersecurity

How to stay 100% private online [Sponsored]

A short guide to help you stay private online<p>Your online privacy is increasingly at risk. Internet giants are collecting more and more information …

Privacy

States Legislatures Rebelling Against Congress’s Attack on ISP Privacy

State legislators around the country are introducing, debating, and voting on bills that would restore the privacy rights that Congress and President …

Privacy

Meet the little box your cable company really doesn’t want you to know about

What if we told you that there was a tiny little box you could get that would instantly save you $120 each year? And what if we told you that by …

Wi-Fi

A Majority of Americans Endorse Net Neutrality Protections

The Federal Communications Commission last week took the first steps toward dismantling the regulatory framework created in 2015 to protect net …

Net Neutrality

African internet users will soon be able to access the cloud faster than ever

One reason why internet connections in Africa often appear slow is because much of the content being requested is hosted on servers outside the continent.<p>That’s starting to change. Microsoft is the latest company that wants to cut so-called latency gaps for Africans. The software giant has …

Internet

A World Without Netflix

A helpful argument for the next time that you have to explain to your Facebook friends why Net Neutrality is something important and deserves to be …

Netflix

Global survey reveals that most people are ill equipped to deal with ransomware

Friday’s ransomware attack, which affected 200,000 computer systems in 150 countries and crippled hospitals across the United Kingdom, is a …

Cybersecurity

Bots vs humans : the mobile malware challenge

As news of botnet malware attacks becomes more frequent, it feels as if Artificial Intelligence is running wild while humans dither behind. But is it …

Cybersecurity

Protect your privacy with a lifetime subscription to Disconnect Premium

In today’s age of mass surveillance, online privacy has become a major concern. Increasing numbers of people are turning to security and encryption …

Privacy

Huawei seeks urgent resolution to Joburg driver protest

Huawei. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)<p>Johannesburg - Huawei in South Africa says its labour service provider, which dismissed temporary workers via SMS on …

Huawei

An open letter to everyone who uses the internet

The free and open internet as we know it is at risk.<p>Tomorrow, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote to initiate a process to repeal the strong net neutrality rules that have been in place since 2015.<p>These rules protect the internet as an open, decentralized, and level playing field, …

Net Neutrality

How To Keep Web Browsing Private on Your iPhone and iPad

The U.S. Congress recently made it legal for your ISP (Internet Service Provider) to track and sell information about what you do online. …

Privacy

Food service provider fined S$90,000 after death of employee

Food service provider Commonwealth Culinary Creations was fined S$90,000 on Tuesday (May 16), after one its employees died after slipping on the …

Germany's highest court rules IP addresses may be saved in interest of cybersecurity | News | DW.COM | 16.05.2017

Cybersecurity takes priority over a person's data protection rights in some cases, the Federal Court has ruled. This specifically refers to the right …

Cybersecurity

Migrating health data to the cloud: locking down security

Healthcare organizations need to look – and perhaps even study and scrutinize security issues – before leaping to the cloud, according to Shane …

Health Care Technology

Facebook faces imminent shutdown in Thailand: Report

BANGKOK: Pressure from the Thai government could force the country's Internet Service Provider Association (Tispa) to block access to Facebook, the …

Asia

Why you should start using a VPN

Why do you need to start considering a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service? Oh so many reasons...<p>Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) aren't new but …

Cybersecurity

5 Ways to Keep the Cloud from Becoming Too Expensive

It’s a long established fact that moving to the Cloud can save your small business money.<p>However, there are costs associated with using Cloud …

Small Business

50 Weekend Business Ideas

Want to start a business but don’t have the ability to dedicate a full-time schedule to it? Not to worry — there are plenty of business opportunities …

Small Business

SASSA looks to higher court on deductions matter

SASSA CEO Thokozani Magwaza.<p>The SA Social Security Agency (SASSA) plans to challenge the recent ruling in favour of deductions from the bank accounts …

Retirement

'How did a fraudster impersonate me at a Lloyds branch and withdraw £8,000?'

The number of reported cases of criminals hijacking bank accounts, credit cards and other services such as phone contracts has leapt by 45pc - and financial firms' staff are to blame, according to a new report.<p>Last year there were 22,525 cases of "facility takeover fraud", where criminals steal …

Fraud

“Lumens as a Service” Can Unlock a $63 Billion Opportunity in the Commercial Building Sector

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) released a new approach to delivering advanced lighting systems to the commercial building sector, tapping the $63 …

Energy

Comcast, Plume, and the next step for ISP Wi-Fi

Industry giant wants to add pods to networks customers already have.<p>Broadband ISPs have been painted into a corner for a long time when it comes to …

Wi-Fi

Use It, And Lose It: 'Clandestine Counters' Cause Tesla Revolt

Elon Musk is a divinely gifted salesman, and his Tesla story resonates with the public, because it is about two things deep in the American psyche: “Wanna race?” And the big American road trip. Acceleration better than the fastest Ferrari, and a coast-to-coast Supercharger network, that’s what’s …

Autos

What To Do When Your Internet Goes Down

More<p>From Popular Mechanics<p>So your internet has stopped working, leaving you without those news updates, social media pings, and streaming video shows …

Wi-Fi

Lumens as a Service: The Multibillion-Dollar Market Opportunity Explained - Rocky Mountain Institute

May 4, 2017 | By<p>In recent years, building owners and property managers have been inundated with information about how they should invest in advanced …

What To Do When Your Internet Is Busted

How to get back online as quickly as possible.<p>So your internet has stopped working, leaving you without those news updates, social media pings, and streaming video shows you've grown accustomed to. Take a deep breath. Fortunately you must still have <i>some</i> way to tap into the information superhighway, …

Wi-Fi

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