“You have to pay extra for double-stuffed,” cable company Mediacom tells FCC. | Jon Brodkin | ___________ # ! … comparison: imagine that your packs come with a different number of cookies according to the day, although you pay the same… This is what happens with bandwidht and speed: You never know how much you’ll … Continue reading
A just-leaked draft impact assessment on the modernization of European copyright rules could spell the end for many online services in Europe as we know them. The document’s recommendations foreshadow new a EU Directive on copyright to be introduced later this year, that will ultimately bind each of the European Union’s 28 member states. If … Continue reading
There’s no such thing as free Internet. When your mobile operator offers you free data in some configuration, it means that either they or a content provider is footing the bill. Why […] | Solana Larsen | ____________________ # ! … and has never been so… # ! This is The Fun every time ‘sxmeone’ … Continue reading
Around 51 million user records of a file-sharing service that was first sued and then approved by the RIAA has been leaked online. The iMesh service was part of a shady group of former P2P services operating under the Bearshare, Lphant and Shareaza brands, despite the latter being obtained in the most questionable of circumstances. … Continue reading
| Vivek Gite | Explains how to install and use nload console application which monitors network traffic in real time on a Linux, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Solaris and Unix-like systems. ______________________________ # ! … #meet the #details of Your #Network #connection # ! #TheOpenSourceWay. [Source: nload: Monitor Network Traffic and Bandwidth Usage In Real Time On … Continue reading
| Cade Metz | Internet giants are starting to build enormous networks of their own, taking over the role traditionally played by telecom companies. _______________________ # ! … Spreading The Spying Networks # ! disguised as a technological advance… # ! It’s not The Technology but The Uses… _____________ [Source: Facebook and Microsoft Are Laying a … Continue reading
In recent years the entertainment industries have pushed hard to get The Pirate Bay blocked in various countries. Despite these efforts the notorious torrent site has managed to double its visitors. The United States remains the most popular traffic source while roughly 9% of all users access the site through a proxy.
# ! … #try #wiser next time.
(# ! #Progress can’t be blocked…
# ! What about #New #Production/#Distribution #Policies…?)
Belgian ISP does not have to filter out copyright-infringing traffic • The Register. Belgian ISP Scarlet should not have to filter copyright-infringing traffic from its service because to do so would invade users’ privacy, an advisor to the EU’s top court has said. Scarlet had been ordered by a Belgian court to filter traffic that … Continue reading
>P2P Foundation » Blog Archive » Is P2P Traffic Declining? Shared via AddThis Remember Peer-to-Peer Passé, Report Finds ? “(…) Peer-to-peer file sharing has been the bogeyman of the internet, but a new report suggests it’s destined become a fear of the past — replaced by cheap streaming video. (…)” So now, as usual, we … Continue reading