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New UK government unit policing the internet

The UK government has launched a new special police unit that has the power to have websites from the internet “until further notice” is given. The unit, named the PIPCU (Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit), can threaten a domain name registrar into revoking any website without any legal basis whatsoever. PIPCU has already overseen Operation Full Article

Hackers Send 750K Malware Emails through Smart Appliances

The further technology advances, the more everyday items start coming equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities and a whole host of smart functions. Hackers know that smart appliances can be just ...Full Article

Internet Porn Filters Block Educational Sites

Recent decisions by the British government have led to pornography websites being filtered out by the country’s internet service providers. The move was controversial enough when it begun, and ...Full Article

AT&T Offers Roaming LTE to US Customers in Canada

If you’re going to be traveling to Canada and you’re an AT&T customer, you’ll soon be able to benefit from the carrier’s great offer of access to networks providing ...Full Article

UK Provider Vodafone Fails to Meet 3G Requirements

Around the world, most cellular service providers are getting ready to roll out 4G speeds or better, but service provider Vodafone has failed to meet the requirements for 3G ...Full Article

Greek Government Plans Nationwide Free Wi-Fi

Good news for internet users in Greece! This week, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced a government plan to create Wi-Fi coverage throughout the whole of Greece, granting free ...Full Article

Los Angeles to provide city-wide fiber-based internet – for free

In an eyebrow-raisingly ambitious move, Los Angeles is set to embark on a project to provide fiber-based internet to all 3.5 million of its residents and businesses – for ...Full Article

H&M’s Super Bowl advert will allow you to buy clothes through your TV

It sounds like it’s straight out of  Back to the Future, but it isn’t: H&M will allow you to buy its clothes, through your TV. The clothing retailer is ...Full Article

New York Wireless Problems Almost Fixed- Verizon

After being overwhelmed by traffic in almost 50 cell sites across its New York network, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has stated that the wireless carrier is finally back in ...Full Article

Two-Thirds of Americans Prefer Wi-Fi to Cellular

A recent survey by Deloitte has revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans prefer to connect their smartphones to Wi-Fi networks as opposed to the cellular networks offered by providers. ...Full Article