Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Internet

  • US misses early win on Internet regulations

    "We want to maintain a platform of a free and open Internet as a platform for free expression," Patrick Ryan, an attorney at Google, said at a forum organized by Stanford Law School last week.

    news.cnet.com

  • UN body adopts Internet eavesdropping techniques

    A United Nations summit has adopted confidential recommendations proposed by China that will help network providers target BitTorrent uploaders, detect trading of copyrighted MP3 files, and, critics say, accelerate Internet censorship in repressive ...

    news.cnet.com

  • The Internet Giveth, And Taketh Away: Sometimes, Business Decisions Are Bad ...

    Just when you thought everything on the Internet was shiny and happy, things like today's Instagram decision to pull support for Twitter cards happens.

    techcrunch.com

  • Internet meme is wasting perfectly good milk, angry farmers complain

    ... of nature that our farmers provide daily with lots of love and labor," AMA milk marketing manager Peter Hamedinger said.

    digitallife.today.com

  • Attorney: Internet pioneer John McAfee in Guatemala, will seek asylum

    (CNN) -- For weeks, John McAfee hid from authorities, donning a disguise and using disposable cell phones to communicate. On Tuesday, the 67-year-old Internet security pioneer emerged publicly in Guatemala's capital, hundreds of miles away from the ...

    www.cnn.com

  • To Get Noticed, Chinese Artists Look to Internet

    A presence on the Internet and on social media sites is increasingly important for artists worldwide: They can sell their work online, communicate directly with their audience and publicize exhibitions.

    www.nytimes.com

  • Internet Blackout in the U.S. Not Likely

    With the recent Internet blackout in Syria, the prospect of a similar event happening in the U.S. became a subject of discussion in the tech community.

    www.govtech.com

  • The Best of the Chinese Internet, 2012

    What a year it has been on the Chinese Internet. In Chinese politics, 2012 brought a long-anticipated leadership transition at the highest levels, but incoming president Xi Jinping hasn't dominated the headlines all by himself.

    www.theatlantic.com

  • Free Streaming Internet Radio

    you know. -- pandora got Internet radio company has never made a profit as the -- tune in radio it's a private company.

    video.foxbusiness.com

  • Walden: Obama hypocritical on Internet freedom

    Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) accused the Obama administration on Wednesday of hypocrisy for advocating for Internet freedom on a global level but supporting Internet regulation domestically. U.S. delegates are currently attending a conference in Dubai to ...

    thehill.com

  • LeWeb's "Internet of Things" Makes for a Shopping List Full of Smart Gadgets

    "Giveaways" at Internet conferences are usually just throwaways: A familiar assortment of pens, mints and USB keys plastered with company logos.

    allthingsd.com

  • AT&T Seeks Freedom From Ma Bell's Rules in Internet Era

    The debate over whether rules of the copper-line era should apply to today's fiber-optic and Internet-based networks centers on the changes in an industry whose service for decades was guaranteed by government rules, rather than driven by competition.

    www.businessweek.com

  • A global battle for internet freedom puts Leveson in perspective

    Are you reading this column in an ethical vacuum? Or on virtuous paper? Lord Justice Leveson's description of the internet as an "ethical vacuum" is one of the few missteps in his report on what we still Gutenberg-ishly call "the press". For the ...

    www.guardian.co.uk

  • Broadband Networks Purchases Internet Service Provider Omnicity, Incorporated

    INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 5, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Broadband Networks is now the owner of Rushville-based Omnicity, Incorporated, a wireless broadband Internet service provider with subscribers in 30 counties in Indiana and nine counties in Ohio. Omnicity ...

    www.sacbee.com

  • Policy debates in the Internet Age

    Technology is changing how power struggles are waged between the White House and Congress. For the last few years, negotiations between Democratic and Republican leaders have too often led to stalemate.

    blogs.reuters.com

  • Internet Marketing Company Kansas City Website Design Launches New ...

    5, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Internet marketing and web design company, Kansas City Website Design (aka Kansas City Web Design) today announced the launch of its newly designed website: www.

    www.sacbee.com

  • News Summary: Netflix's Internet video service gains more luster with rights ...

    COMING ATTRACTIONS: Netflix's Internet video service has landed the U.S. subscription rights to begin showing Disney movies shortly after they end their theatrical runs.

    www.washingtonpost.com

  • Syrian Internet, phone service restored in 'most' areas

    The Washington Post. BEIRUT - Internet and telephone lines were largely restored across Syria on Saturday after a two-day blackout, according to activists, as fighting raged around Damascus International Airport between rebels and government forces.

    www.washingtonpost.com

  • Internet storm over William and Kate's #royalbaby

    Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (left) and Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (right) visit Peterborough City Hospital north of London in November 2012.

    phys.org

  • Rocket Internet Raises Another $26M For Lazada, Its Asian Amazon Clone, As It ...

    Rocket Internet, the incubator and investment vehicle run by the Samwer brothers, is continuing its aggressive push in Asia, and is turning to more investment to do it: today the company announced that Lazada, its online shopping mall - think Amazon ...

    techcrunch.com

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