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The Internet Bill of Rights is just one piece of our moral obligations – TechCrunch

The Internet Bill of Rights is just one piece of our moral obligations – TechCrunch David Gorodyansky Contributor More posts by this contributor Warrantless surveillance law proves it’s time to take privacy into our own hands This is the future if net neutrality is repealed; the creeping, costly death of …

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Website flaw exposed a Canadian ISP’s entire customer database – TechCrunch

Website flaw exposed a Canadian ISP’s entire customer database – TechCrunch Canadian internet provider Altima Telecom has fixed a flaw in its website that could have given an attacker full access to its customer database. The customer database was connected to the company’s website, but could be remotely accessed with …

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Expanding its internet service to more countries in Africa, Tizeti raises $3 million – TechCrunch

Expanding its internet service to more countries in Africa, Tizeti raises $3 million – TechCrunch Tizeti, the Nigerian internet service provider behind the brand Wifi.com.ng, has raised $3 million in a new round of funding as it expands its unlimited internet service into Ghana. The new financing was led by 4DX …

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France takes legal action against Apple and Google for their app stores – TechCrunch

France’s Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire criticized Apple and Google for the way they run the App Store and Play Store. According to him, Google and Apple have too much power against app developers. Le Maire will ask a court to look at it and fine tech giants if necessary. …

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The FCC will make a final vote to reverse the net neutrality rules in December

The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to make a final vote on reversing net neutrality rules in December. This move could cause broadband providers to block or throttle content, raising fees. The post The FCC will make a final vote to reverse the net neutrality rules in December appeared first …

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