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The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Thursday claimed a victory for privacy after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to require internet service providers to obtain opt-in permission from customers to use or share their personal data. “Today’s vote is a historic win for privacy and free expression and for the vitality of the internet,” […]

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Anyone closely following the news might have come across reports regarding netizens that would be disconnected from the Internet after July 9. Media calls this the “Internet Doomsday”, and online campaigns asking Internet users to check their systems for a possible DNS Changer infection is, as of this writing, ongoing. DNS Changer is a Trojan […]

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The internet was designed to be resilient and decentralized. Its multiple, redundant pathways between any two network nodes and its ability to accommodate new nodes on the fly should enable it to keep carrying data in the face of blocked nodes, censorship from repressive regimes or natural disasters. However, its implementation has far diverged from […]

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