The ISPs can now sell certain sensitive data like your browsing history without permission, thanks to the US Senate.
The US Senate on Wednesday voted, with 50 Republicans for it and 48 Democrats against, to roll back a set of broadband privacy regulations passed by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) last year when it was under Democratic leadership.
In October, the Federal
Big tech companies, including Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, are in the race of bringing Internet connectivity to unconnected parts of the world through wireless devices, flying drones, high-altitude balloons, and laser beams.
But, SpaceX founder Elon Musk has big plans for bringing low-cost Internet service worldwide, and it all starts in space.
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Get ready for faster Internet because the WiFi you know today is about to change and get much, much faster.
The WiFi Alliance, a self-described “worldwide network of companies that brings you Wi-Fi,” has finally certified “WiGig,” an ultra-fast, short-range wireless network technology that will nearly double Wi-Fi’s current top speed.
As many as 180 Million devices, including routers,
The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has put forward a proposal that aims to protect Internet user’s privacy.
The proposal [pdf] will regulate the amount of customers’ online data the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are able to collect and sell to the advertising companies.
Currently, there is no particular rule by law covering broadband providers and customer privacy, and if adopted
Facebook’s Free Basics Internet service has been Blocked in India.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has banned mobile carriers and broadband providers to charge customers based on what services or content they access over the Internet.
Under Prohibition of Discriminatory Tariffs for Data Services Regulations, 2016, “no service provider shall offer or charge
Would you enjoy If Drones hovering outside your window or above your head, just because it is offering High-Speed Internet Service?
Most Americans may simply prefer to “Shoot Down” unwelcome items.
Well, Google is working on a similar secret project, codenamed Project Skybender, to beam faster internet service, as fast as 5G, from the air.
Google is currently testing multiple