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Who's spending the most to win the hearts and minds of Congress in the war on net neutrality? Verizon and AT&T, of course. Followed by—guess who?—Comcast. In other words, the companies that stand to lose money if the internet remains free and open are trying to shut it down.
AT&T is teaming up with an investment company called The Chernin Group to launch a Netflix competitor. The firms are spending $500 million collectively to build the streaming service. Maybe that amount of money will buy better things to watch than Netflix offers.
A two-factor authentication system is quite common; despite its pompous name, it’s fairly easy to use and understand – we shall call it a double safety net for your online accounts. Banks, Facebook, Google and now Twitter, are all using such a system, but there’s a problem: Kim Dotcom claims patent over it. Not long
A porn-producing studio called AF Holdings sued over a thousand individuals on grounds of copyright infringement. A court order forcing the defendants’ ISPs to reveal their identities is now being appealed, with chances to win an important battle against copyright trolls. Verizon, AT&T, Bright House, and Cox are just some of the internet service providers