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on Fri Dec 5 12:39 PM

MonkeyBrains Is Bringing Gigabit Wireless To San Francisco

BUSINESS INSIDER

You can get insanely fast wireless internet to your home if you live in the right neighborhood of San Francisco — and are willing to pony up $2,500. The San Francisco internet service provider MonkeyBrains, which runs a wireless broadband...
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on Tue Dec 2 6:39 PM

Who Pays For Net Neutrality?

DAILYCALLER

'Net neutrality has devolved into who pays'
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on Tue Dec 2 6:30 PM

Net neutrality rules, nor interconnect deals, will harm startups | VentureBeat | Business

VENTUREBEAT

The argument that startups would be affected in how they deliver video, based on any new rules the FCC enacts, isn't valid. Those rules would only apply to ISPs, whom the startups don't deal with directly.
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on Tue Dec 2 2:01 PM

Netflix 'fast lanes' make it a net neutrality hypocrite, FCC commissioner says | VentureBeat | Media

VENTUREBEAT

Commissioner Pai says Netflix's insistence on using its own proprietary video compression standard doesn't tally with the company's belief that the Internet should be tightly regulated like a utility.
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on Tue Dec 2 11:35 AM

The fight over online sales tax and how it impacts you

ENGADGET

For over 20 years, the internet has made purchases easier than ever in human history. With one-click buying and free-shipping programs, people have flocked online to buy nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars of stuff per year. Many of those...
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on Mon Dec 1 6:33 PM

Anonymous apparently shuts down Fort Lauderdale's website

SUN-SENTINEL (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL)

Cyber Monday became Cyber Attack Monday as the well-known hacker group Anonymous made good on a threat to crash the city's website because of recent laws the city has passed regulating homeless behavior.
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on Mon Dec 1 12:30 PM

Direct: 5 Years Of Simplifying Health Information Exchange

INFORMATION WEEK

David McCallie, father of the Direct protocol, discusses the state of interoperability in healthcare with Georgia Tech informaticist Mark Braunstein.
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on Mon Dec 1 5:18 AM

4 technology snafus that can sink your business

INMAN NEWS

You’ve made the transition to going paperless, keep a digital calendar that syncs with all your devices, track your expenses with an online app, and use Google Docs, Dropbox and Evernote. This is all well and good until your digital apps go...
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on Sat Nov 29 5:00 PM

BMG and Round Hill Music Sue Cox Over Copyright Notices | News & Opinion

PC MAGAZINE

According to the complaint, Cox seems to have been ignoring copyright violation notices it receives. In one instance, Cox received 54,489 violations for a single user, but said user was allowed to remain on Cox's network sans penalty.
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A World Without Net Neutrality Already Exists

A World Without Net Neutrality Already Exists

TECHCRUNCH | on Fri, Nov 28, 9:00 PM

 People have wondered how an Internet without net neutrality would work. Net neutrality is more than just a debate, it’s not a hypothetical, and it’s real and alive today with SMS. It is currently hypothetical that on an Internet...
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