FCC Releases New Net Neutrality Rules

CTOvision

Net neutrality became a buzzword in 2014, as many media sources and public figures voiced their opposition to the FCC’s “fast lanes.” The FCC released a report that outlines its new rules, beginning with an acknowledgment of the widespread public engagement in the Net Neutrality debate.

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Tech firms join forces in support of net neutrality

Computer Weekly

Global technology firms have joined forces to support an internet-wide campaign in favour of preserving net neutrality

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Net Threats: Internet Openness in Danger

CTOvision

Reflecting the increasing attention paid to information security by many Americans, Pew Research recently conducted a large study, “ Net Threats ”, to identify important trends among technology experts’ opinions and predictions regarding the future of digital security. By Shannon Perry.

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Congresswoman Seeks to Rebrand Net Neutrality

CTOvision

The debate over the future of the Internet and Net Neutrality has drawn attention from many sources this summer – including media companies, search engines, Internet service providers, politicians, and even comedians. By Shannon Perry.

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Boycott ISPs that abuse privacy, net neutrality

David Linthicum

However, many believe that this will not only fail to provide effective broadband privacy protections, but will also come at the cost of removing the FCC’s net neutrality rules. As you may recall, net neutrality prohibits ISPs like Verizon and Comcast from picking winners and losers on the open internet.

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FCC repeals net neutrality: What it means for IT

IT Manager Daily

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality last month, causing a stir for anyone who uses the Internet – so, pretty much everyone. One of the main concerns for IT with the net neutrality repeal is cloud computing, according to Hewlett Packard.

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CIO interview: Alex Alexander, Yoox Net-a-Porter

Computer Weekly

Tech is driving fashion today, says Yoox Net-a-Porter CIO Alex AlexanderIt is not always the catwalk where the biggest trends in fashion take place.

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Net Neutrality: Policy or Market Forces?

IT Toolbox

and the plans to undo the previous administration's Net Neutrality rulings. it seems like the entire internet is on fire this week about the FCC, Ajit Pai. My understanding is that reddit is about to self-immolate over this issue. Just about every news source is on fire with multiple articles advocating one position or another (mostly opposition from my non-scientific survey).

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Net Neutrality Supporters Taking Action Today in Fight for Net Freedom

Data Center Knowledge

Supporters of net neutrality are today urging Internet users to send comments to the FCC to tell the agency that its plan to reverse the nation's net neutrality rules is wrong and unfair. Read More. Shared

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Cyber criminals net £8bn from financial services in 2016

Computer Weekly

Organised cyber fraud gangs are turning their attention to online lenders and emerging financial services, potentially netting £8bn in 2016, a report reveals

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Reddit Co-founder Joins Net Neutrality Debate

CTOvision

Architecture CTO Cyber Security Government Alexis Ohanian FCC Federal Communications Commission Internet service provider los angeles Net neutrality Reddit Tom Wheeler By ShannonPerry.

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WLAN casts net wider as demand grows

Computer Weekly

Wireless local area networking has become a vital part of the IT infrastructure. Computer Weekly looks at the challenges of delivering it

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China-based Android Trojan netting $500,000 a day

Computer Weekly

Security researchers say fast-spreading Hummer Android malware could be netting cyber criminals around $500,000 a day for installing porn and other apps on mobile phones

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Information security needs to cast recruitment net wider, says panel

Computer Weekly

Companies struggling to fill info sec roles should focus on finding people who can do what they need, not on qualifications, according to a security industry panel

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Net Access Expanding New Jersey Data Center

Data Center Knowledge

Net Access has broken ground on a significant expansion to its New Jersey data center operations. The Parsippany II facility, which opened in 2010, will more than double its size to add space for another 1,500 cabinets of gear. Featured

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Net Neutrality Advocates Arrested at Google Headquarters

CTOvision

Regarding the current debate over the FCC’s proposed fast lanes, most consider Google a supporter of Net Neutrality. In early June, Google supported the Reset the Net campaign , a protest against mass data collection. By Shannon Perry.

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Cyber-Security Dangers of Repealing Net Neutrality

Galido

Net neutrality is the principle that governments have put in place directing Internet Service Providers (ISP) to treat all internet traffic the same. This has raised a lot of complaints from organizations since there are severe problems that come about from repealing net neutrality.

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Ixia Acquires Net Optics For $190 Million

Data Center Knowledge

Ixia agress to acquire Net Optics for $190 million, Fortinet boosts its ADC portfolio by acquiring Coyote Point, and Fusion-io enhances its ION Data Accelerator all-flash storage solution. Networking coyote point fortinet fusion-io ixia net optics

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A Closer Look at Net Neutrality: What do you mean when you say it?

CTOvision

The popularity of the phrase net neutrality exploded at the end of April – thanks to the maelstrom of debates among the FCC, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Netflix, and Google (to name a few). The principle is easy enough to understand; this blog recently defined net neutrality as the idea that no law-abiding company should face discrimination and all Internet users should have the same access to any online, legal content. Net neutrality simply means enabling Americans online.

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Net Threats: The Glut of Information

CTOvision

Reflecting the increasing attention paid to information security by many Americans, Pew Research recently conducted a large study, “ Net Threats ”, to identify important trends among technology experts’ opinions and predictions regarding the future of digital security. By Shannon Perry.

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Net neutrality: The smart person's guide

Tech Republic Cloud

That's the question at the heart of net neutrality, and here's everything you need to know about it Do internet service providers have a right to throttle certain traffic?

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Friday Funny: A Data Center Safety Net

Data Center Knowledge

Here's the cartoon for this month's Data Center Knowledge caption contest Read More. DCK Featured Humor

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Data Security is Picking Up the Conversation on Net Neutrality

CTOvision

The debate over net neutrality is far from over. The fight surrounding Net Neutrality was definitely a heated one, but anyone thinking that the arguments will now stop is mistaken. Cable and internet providers are asking that the FCC use those same rules under this new net neutrality ruling. At the same time, the net neutrality decision may end up leading to better data security. Rick Delgado.

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Cloud set to net a larger share of enterprise IT budgets in 2017, predicts 451 Research

Computer Weekly

451 Research's cloud and hosting market review suggests enterprise IT decision makers are preparing to ramp up with use of cloud and hosting services in 2017

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VoIP's future at stake in the net neutrality debate

IT Toolbox

VoIP remains at the forefront of the fierce debate over this issue – known as net neutrality -- following a filing by AT&T with the FCC in which the telecoms firm maintains its stance on the answer to that question: Yes. Can and/or should incumbent telecoms providers have the freedom to censor or throttle services provided by third parties using their infrastructure?

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Net Threat: Nation-States and Security

CTOvision

Reflecting the increasing attention paid to information security by many Americans, Pew Research recently conducted a large study, “Net Threats”, to identify important trends among technology experts’ opinions and predictions regarding the future of digital security.

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Net Threats: Deteriorating Trust in Governments and Corporations

CTOvision

Reflecting the increasing attention paid to information security by many Americans, Pew Research recently conducted a large study, “ Net Threats ”, to identify important trends among technology experts’ opinions and predictions regarding the future of digital security. By Shannon Perry.

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‘Cast the net broader’ for diverse tech talent, says digital minister

Computer Weekly

The minister of state for digital, Matt Hancock, told a diversity and inclusion event that the technology industry should look to use under-represented groups to fill talent gaps

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Net Framework 4.5.x Error 0x80004005

Mick's IT Blog

Recently, I had to deploy.Net Framework 4.5.2 to all systems, as it was a requirement for a software update. I first deployed it through software updates in SCCM 2012. The status showed up as compliant. I thought nothing more of it. I went to deploy the application and it failed on many machines. SCCM was reporting back false data, which is part of my other blog posting.

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Net Access Appoints Martynek as CEO

Data Center Knowledge

New Jersey colocation proivder Net Access has named industry veteran Raul Martynek as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. Martynek succeeds Blake Ellman, who will transition into a new role as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. colocation New York

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Nets and Coinify launch blockchain development lab in Denmark

Computer Weekly

Nordic payments technology firms work together on blockchain proof-of-concept developments

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Nation-Blanking DDoS Attacks Launched By Individuals Now Proven Able To Take Entire Nation’s Off The Net

CTOvision

Bob Gourley. We live in times of extreme technological hooliganism, where small groups or even individuals can cause asymmetric damage from a distance. This was proven several times over the last few months, most famously in the 21 October attacks against Dyn that impacted many of Dyn's clients, including Amazon, Twitter, Reddit, Airbnb, New York times, Spotfiy, Netflix and many others sites.

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Court of Appeals Strikes Down FCC Net Neutrality Rule

Data Center Knowledge

struck down the FCC’s net neutrality rules on Tuesday, arguing that its restrictions to “treat all Internet traffic the same regardless of source” have no legal merit. A court of appeals in Washington, D.C.

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