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Net NeutralitySOPA, PIPA, CISPA, ACTA, TPP, ITU, CISPA again, TAFTA. We won them all. In 2015 Net Neutrality, for free access to our Internets. The FCC just signalled the death knell for that hard-won fight. We need to have a serious conversation and fight this, and time is short. Let's have that conversation. (self.technology)
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Net NeutralityNet neutrality: 'Dead people' signing FCC consultation (bbc.com)
submitted 21 hours ago by jdtabish
HardwareApple ‘iPhone 8’ Alleged to Have no Home Button, 10th Anniversary Phone (technologycraze.net)
submitted 3 hours ago by nascentt
NanotechConch shells spill the secret to their toughness - Three-tiered structure of these impact-resistant shells could inspire better helmets, body armor, finds MIT researchers (news.mit.edu)
submitted 4 hours ago by mvea
Net NeutralityA Bad Broadband Market Begs for Net Neutrality Protections (eff.org)
submitted 1 hour ago by ZoneRangerMC
PoliticsMinnesota Internet Privacy Measure Dies at Capitol (blogs.mprnews.org)
submitted 1 hour ago by icehotburn
BusinessPiracy Killing Hollywood So Bad That Disney Made More Money In 2016 Than Any Studio Ever (techdirt.com)
submitted 22 hours ago by golden430
BusinessBritish Airways: Flights cancelled amid IT crash (bbc.co.uk)
submitted 2 hours ago by samabizzle
Comcastf Net Neutrality Dies, Comcast Can Just Block A Protest Site Instead Of Sending A Bogus Cease-And-Desist (techdirt.com)
submitted 1 day ago by wompt
DiscussionI work in News. This is how you stop SOPA. (repost from 5yrs ago - applies to NN) (reddit.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by C0rdt
Net NeutralityAustralia's net neutrality lesson for the US (theconversation.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by Achmann2
BusinessTesla’s Model S outsells Mercedes S-Class, Porsche Panamera, and BMW 6/7 Series combined in the US (electrek.co)
submitted 18 hours ago by dizengoff
AIThis Dystopian Wearable Detects AIs Pretending to Be Humans - "device uses essentially the same algorithms that impersonate human voices to detect if you're being spoken to by a computer." (motherboard.vice.com)
AlphaGo vanquishes world’s top Go player, marking AI’s superiority over human mind (scmp.com)
submitted 33 minutes ago by 13704
PoliticsFISA court rebukes NSA for illegal surveillance (startribune.com)
submitted 13 hours ago by Miotoss
PoliticsRepublicans Push For 'Ringless Voicemail' Spam (dslreports.com)
submitted 19 hours ago by benderunit9000
AIAlphaGo's next move | DeepMind (deepmind.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by Dogsindahouse1
BusinessAccused of underpaying women, Google says it's too expensive to get wage data | Technology (theguardian.com)
submitted 15 hours ago by I_AM_A_SMURF
Mark Zuckerberg Should Really Listen to His Own Harvard Commencement Speech (wired.com)
submitted 9 minutes ago by Zankou55
BusinessNetflix Likely To Hit 180 Million International Subscribers By 2020 (scribblrs.com)
submitted 1 day ago by HeHateMeBaller
Business83% of Security Pros Waste Time Fixing Co-Workers Non-Security Problems (bleepingcomputer.com)
submitted 16 hours ago by FortuitousAdroit
BusinessReid Hoffman, Bill Gates, Sam Altman invest $30 million in Change.org, the site for social justice petitions (techcrunch.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by dizengoff
SecurityGoogle Boots 41 Apps Infected with "Judy" Malware off the Play Store (bleepingcomputer.com)
SecurityRadio-controlled pacemakers aren’t as hard to hack as you (may) think. The four major makers aren't properly securing critical cardiac devices, report says. (arstechnica.com)
submitted 19 hours ago by Philo1927
Net NeutralityObama is against NN? Um.. Thanks Obama? (reddit.com)
submitted 20 hours ago by Pickerington
Net NeutralityGOP Busted Using Cable Lobbyist Net Neutrality Talking Points: email from GOP leadership... included a "toolkit" (pdf) of misleading or outright false talking points that, among other things, attempted to portray net neutrality as "anti-consumer." (dslreports.com)
submitted 2 days ago by maxwellhill
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