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Tasa Cero (Zero Rating): Qué es y por qué debería importarte | Electronic Fro... - 0 views

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    (Traducción de David Bogado y Katitza Rodríguez) La Tasa Cero (o Zero Rating en inglés) se ha convertido en la punta de lanza del debate sobre la neutralidad de la red. Recientemente, India decidió rechazar los planes de tasa cero tales como la plataforma Free Basics de Facebook, mientras que en los Estados Unidos las compañías de telecomunicaciones empujan los límites con sus experimentos de tasa cero como los planes Binge-On de T-Mobile (que dio lugar a una disputa pública entre John Legere, CEO de la compañía, y la EFF sobre nuestra crítica al servicio, lo que causó que Legere haya pedido disculpas por sus expresiones), así como los planes Sponsored Data de AT&T, FreeBee de Verizon y Stream TV de Comcast.
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ISP explains data caps to FCC: Using the Internet is like eating Oreos | Ars Technica - 1 views

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    ""You have to pay extra for double-stuffed," cable company Mediacom tells FCC. Jon Brodkin - Sep 25, 2016 7:30 pm UTC"
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Data snooping blunders by UK spies, cops led to wrongful arrests-watchdog | Ars Technic... - 0 views

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    "IP address mistakes particularly troubling; likely to get worse under Snoopers' Charter. Glyn Moody - Sep 9, 2016 1:24 pm UTC "
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[# ! #Tech:] How do I permanently erase hard disk? - 1 views

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    "I am going to sell my laptop soon. Before discarding my system, I want to make sure that no one should be able to use my personal data using any method (format do not work). Is there any open source software out there that can help me permanently erase my hard disk?"
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    "I am going to sell my laptop soon. Before discarding my system, I want to make sure that no one should be able to use my personal data using any method (format do not work). Is there any open source software out there that can help me permanently erase my hard disk?"
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Unlimited Data Plans Are Back-With Some Big Catches | WIRED - 0 views

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    "That's good! But don't get too excited just yet."
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Solid - 1 views

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    "Solid is an exciting new project led by Prof. Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, taking place at MIT and the Qatar Computing Research Institute. The project aims to radically change the way Web applications work today, resulting in true data ownership as well as improved privacy. "
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No Such Thing As Free Internet (Zero-Rating Explained) | Web We Want - 0 views

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    "What's Going On? 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."
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What big ISPs don't want you to know about data caps | CIO - 0 views

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    "Comcast and AT&T want customers to believe broadband data caps are necessary to manage network congestion, but their real motivation may be much more sinister."
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All your disk image are belong to us, says appeals court | Ars Technica - 0 views

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    "The government can prosecute and imprison people for crimes based on evidence obtained from their computers-even evidence retained for years that was outside the scope of an original probable-cause search warrant, a US federal appeals court has said in a 100-page opinion paired with a blistering dissent."
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EU digital ministers demand free data flows, no one-size-fits-all rules | Ars Technica UK - 0 views

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    "The UK's digital economy minister Ed Vaizey has-alongside ministers from 13 other EU countries-demanded that data should flow freely within and beyond the 28-member-state bloc."
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    "The UK's digital economy minister Ed Vaizey has-alongside ministers from 13 other EU countries-demanded that data should flow freely within and beyond the 28-member-state bloc."
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Massive EU data protection overhaul finally approved | Ars Technica UK - 0 views

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    "The European Parliament today voted in favour of major reforms to data protection in the EU, first put forward in January 2012 as a replacement for the current rules, which were drawn up in 1995. The new law is done and dusted and will come into action in April 2018."
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    "The European Parliament today voted in favour of major reforms to data protection in the EU, first put forward in January 2012 as a replacement for the current rules, which were drawn up in 1995. The new law is done and dusted and will come into action in April 2018."
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Big data is an antitrust issue too, says European Commissioner | ITworld - 1 views

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    "Margrethe Vestager is on the lookout for antitrust issues arising from companies' use of big data -- but says it doesn't require special regulation"
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    "Margrethe Vestager is on the lookout for antitrust issues arising from companies' use of big data -- but says it doesn't require special regulation"
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AT&T Is Happy To Remove Wireless Broadband Caps, But Only If You Sign Up For Its TV Ser... - 1 views

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    " According to a new company announcement, customers who sign up for both AT&T wireless service and AT&T U-Verse TV or DirecTV service can nab unlimited data for $100 per month, plus $40 per month for each additional device:"
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Comcast customer discovers huge mistake in company's data cap meter | Ars Technica UK - 1 views

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    "The ISP said he used 120GB of data... while on a multi-week vacation. by Jon Brodkin (US) - Dec 20, 2015 11:45am CET"
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SAFE Network - Privacy, Security and Freedom - 0 views

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    "SAFE is a peer-to-peer data storage network that enables developers to build scalable apps."
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    "SAFE is a peer-to-peer data storage network that enables developers to build scalable apps."
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Three ways to easily encrypt your data on Linux | howtoforge.com | [# ! Note] - 0 views

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    "Data encryption is one very solid security measure/precaution that everyone who owns data with significant personal or objective value should perform."
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You're Gonna Pay for All that Piracy, American ISPsDigital Music News [# ! Critical ;) ... - 0 views

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    "Last month, US District Court judge Liam O'Grady dropped the bomb on Cox Communications by stripping the ISP of critical DMCA protections. This week, he's laying the groundwork for a potentially disastrous level of liability and damages, not just for Cox, but the entire class of US-based ISPs."
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How to Launch a 65Gbps DDoS, and How to Stop One - 0 views

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    "Yesterday I posted a post mortem on an outage we had Saturday. The outage was caused when we applied an overly aggressive rate limit to traffic on our network while battling a determined DDoS attacker. I"
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Apple and Other Tech Companies Tangle With U.S. Over Data Access - The New York Times - 0 views

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    "...While that prospect has been shelved for now, the Justice Department is engaged in a court dispute with another tech company, Microsoft. The case, which goes before a federal appeals court in New York on Wednesday and is being closely watched by industry officials and civil liberties advocates, began when the company refused to comply with a warrant in December 2013 for emails from a drug trafficking suspect. ..."
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