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How the Republicans Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers

On Tuesday afternoon, while most people were focused on the latest news from the House Intelligence Committee, the House quietly voted to undo rules that keep internet service providers — the companies like Comcast, Verizon and Charter that you pay for online access — from selling your personal information.

The Senate already approved the bill, on a party-line vote, last week, which means that in the coming days President Trump will be able to sign legislation that will strike a significant blow against online privacy protection.

The bill not only gives cable companies and wireless providers free rein to do what they like with your browsing history, shopping habits, your location and other information gleaned from your online activity, but it would also prevent the Federal Communications Commission from ever again establishing similar consumer privacy protections.

The bill is an effort by the F.C.C.’s new Republican majority and congressional Republicans to overturn a simple but vitally…

How Proxyfone seeks the solution for your business communication troubles?

Are you eager to know how Proxyfone seeks the solution for your business communication troubles and save your hundreds of dollar in your telecom bill? Also, wanted to know what all key points they keep in mind to provide to satisfy the demand of their clients as per their expectation?
Then here are few points provided by that help you to understand how Proxyfone seeks the solution for your business communication troubles and along with this come up with other responsibilities that are required for customers’ satisfaction. Given below are the following five points the manner in which Proxyfone get liable to understand and resolve the problems of the customers that are related to telecom:     
They provide it's clients the best knowledge and expertise services in network planning and business telephony in two different ways and depending on their customer requirement. Where customers can go with full or they can choose some unique solution fr…

Pupils need internet lessons to thrive online, say Lords

Learning to survive in a world dominated by the internet should be as important for children as reading and writing, says a House of Lords report.
Lessons about online responsibilities, risks and acceptable behavior should be mandatory in all UK schools, the Lords Communications Committee argues.

The internet is "hugely beneficial" but children need awareness of its hazards, said committee chairman Lord Best.

Industry leaders said education was key to keeping children safe online.

The Lords report builds on findings by the Children's Commissioner for England in January that the internet is not designed for children, despite them being the biggest users by age group.

"Children inhabit a world in which every aspect of their lives is mediated through technology: from health to education, from socializing to entertainment.

"Yet the recognition that children have different needs to those of adults has not yet been fully accepted in the online world," say the Lor…

Proxyfone | High Speed Internet


High-Speed, Affordable Internet: Broadband Users Spoilt For Choice

There’s never been a better time to get a home broadband connection in India. The Netflix and Hot star-esque video-streaming platforms will be pleased. With speeds ranging up to 100 Mbps and no data usage limit, the new high-speed internet also comes in an affordable package.

With prices starting from Rs 999, 100GB data limits and speeds up to 40Mbps, these are exciting days for anyone who can’t survive without the internet. All thanks to internet brands like Spectra net, ACT Fiber net and a few others.

Airtel and BSNL have shortchanged internet users in India with their mediocre speeds, and fair usage policy (FUP) that only offers limited data usage. But all that is now passé. Let’s see who measures up in 2017: . The Contenders
How come we are suddenly getting high-speed internet? It’s all thanks to the use of fibre optic cables. In comparison to fixed-line copper cables, fibre optics are equipped to handle high-speed internet activity, without worrying about running out of data.


Internet was taken down by one small typo at Amazon's web services

A worker retrieves goods from shelves at Amazon's warehouse on December 5, 2014 in Hemel Hempstead, England Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
Amazon accidentally took down large swathes of the internet with just one typo.

This week, many of the world's biggest websites and services stopped working because of a problem with Amazon Web Services, the platform that the retailer provides to power people's Proxyfone. One of its sites went offline because of the issue – and since thousands of websites rely on it, including many of the world's biggest, they immediately went completely offline or stopped working.

Websites like Quora, Trello and some of the world's biggest news sites went offline or stopped working properly when the issue happened. It even emerged that people's houses broke down – internet-enabled ovens, lights and front gates stopped working as a result of the outage.
Now it has emerged that all of those problems were the result of just one small typo on a se…