Netherlands Net Neutrality Not Nebulous

What had been uncertain is now law in the Netherlands as they dive head-long into the great debate known as Net Neutrality. Yesterday, June 22nd, Dutch parliament passed a...

Bitcoin takes a beating..

Bitcoin had a serious case of the Mondays yesterday as the EFF dropped the currency for donations, and MtGox, a major international exchange, managed to spill over $5 million...

Jobs gives the skinny on iCloud

A slender Steve jobs came out of medical leave to deliver the keynote address at the 2011 Developers Conference hosted by Apple.Looking more like the South Park rendition...

Sick of IPv6?

Good news! June 8th is World IPv6 Day! Starting in late 2010 major web sites began dipping their toes into the unknown waters of IPv6 dual-stacking. What this means is that...

New Bill Could Force ISPs Keep User Data

A new user data-logging bill that is being introduced is heating up the Net Neutrality deabte. Rep. Lamar Smith of The House Judiciary Committee, is preparing a bill which...

Net Neutrality Rulings Update

It has been a while since we have heard anything on the net neutrality front, so I thought I would give some recent updates in the ongoing battle. Net Neutrality (NN) is a...

Kohl Vows Probe for Google

The Senate’s leading antitrust legislator, Wisconsin Democrat Herb Kohl vows a probe in to antitrust allegations against the search giant Google. He specifically stated...

Blacklisting for National Security?

Blacklists sound like a racial slur, but they are simply a list of known bad offenders. Email spam is effectively kept in check to some degree by maintaining blacklists of...

The Google Honeypot Sting – Part 2

As a follow-up to my previous post regarding the accusations from Google that Bing is using click-through data as part of their ranking methodology. It is pretty certain that...
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