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What’s Next for Net Neutrality Fight? 19.12.2017

Just like the initial passage of the regulations bringing broadband internet access under Title II jurisdiction, however, the decision is not necessarily permanent. What it means, and when it will mean it, depends on several factors.

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The Risks and Rewards of Accepting Bitcoin Payments for E-Commerce

Bitcoin looks like the perfect currency for ecommerce, but high transaction costs and volatility should make retailers think twice.

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Upgrade to 5G Costs $200 Billion a Year and May Not Be Worth It 18.12.2017

The future of 5G, as the next-generation wireless network is known, is already beginning, as a handful of carriers including Verizon Communications Inc. move from trials to deployments.

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2017 Holiday Gift Guide: 35 Tech Gifts for Every Budget

Last minute shoppers rejoice: here are 35+ tech gifts that will suit anyone on your list, no matter your budget.

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Cybersecurity for Novices Has U.K. Firm Trouncing Silicon Valley 15.12.2017

In a world where protecting against cyber crime is high on most big business agendas, a U.K. provider of IT security to clients as small as dentists and neighborhood stores is outpacing the best that Silicon Valley has to offer.

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Net Neutrality Rules Swept Aside by Republican-Led U.S. FCC 14.12.2017

The Republican-led commission voted 3-to-2 on Thursday to remove Obama-era prohibitions on blocking web traffic, slowing it or demanding payment for faster passage via their networks.

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Squarespace Is Said to Raise Funding at $1.7 Billion Valuation

The New York-based company said General Atlantic LLC, an investment firm and Squarespace backer, is injecting a new round of funding.

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Mirai Botnet Creators Plead Guilty to Cybercrime Charges

Paras Jha and Josiah White have pleaded guilty to federal cybercrime charges in an Alaska court for creating the Mirai botnet.

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Keylogging Malware Infects More Than 5,000 WordPress Sites

The keylogging malware was added to malware distributed from fake Cloudflare website cloudflare.solutions.

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As U.S. Unwinds Web Rules, Industry’s Voice Echoes the Loudest 13.12.2017

With the FCC poised to vote Thursday to eliminate the 2015 restrictions on ISPs, the seemingly academic question of how reliable the studies are could quickly become critical when opponents file lawsuits asking judges to undo the vote.

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