Internet Freedom

Internet freedom is surely under stated, considering the extent of communications and the amount of data shared and transmitted.  Among the billions of daily data bits transmitted among users, unfortunately there are abuses.  Internet freedom is taken for granted by millions of users that resort to the Internet for less than beneficial reasons.  Online fraud,…

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Startup Business – Planning the Start

Startup business usually starts before they start.  May sound confusing but, the planning should be deemed as the start.  Also, people get to start spreading the word before they start.  That makes sense.  People want others to know what they are embarking on and how their venture will be a good service or a good…

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Social Media Self-Modification

Self-Modification by social media platforms has struggled to ensure that the Internet is acceptable to all cultures, religions, political persuasion, and to all values of countries.  This exercise in Internet Governance is tall and detailed and comes under criticism for being too heavy handed towards exercising censorship.  Though easy to say, it becomes difficult to…

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Ransom Seeking Malware, What to know and Do

Ransom seeking malware is nefarious and it comes in different flavors.  The hedge of control is to hold hostage vital information within your network in exchange for compensation.  Healthcare providers, financial institutions, and government entities have been the victim.  Its variants and its methods are complicated means of affecting ways an entity accesses its information…

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Internet Service Providers New Privacy Rules

Internet service providers (ISP) are being pressured for enhanced privacy practices by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  Commissioner Wheeler’s proposal issued March 11th seeks to regulate ISPs and their handling of consumer information to heighten consumer privacy protection.  The FCC issued its draft Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) focusing on ISPs and not on websites,…

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FCC Limiting Mhz Spectrum

FCC limiting Mhz spectrum to creat balance.  FCC is seeking to limit Mhz spectrum.   In July, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on auction rules for low band spectrum. Smaller wireless providers seek expansion of the spectrum from 30 megahertz to 40 megahertz. Low band spectrum was reserved to keep larger wireless providers from…

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