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Thursday December 14, 2017. 08:35 PM
In a 3-2 vote today, the commission approved a proposal to nullify the net neutrality rules put in place by the FCC in 2015. The post FCC Votes To Overturn Net Neutrality Rules—Now What? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMym_BKWQzk 'The Trouble with Bias,' Kate Crawford's (previously) keynote at the 2017 Neural Information Processing Systems is a brilliant tour through different ways of thinking about what bias is, and when we should worry about it,...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: It's been a bad week for two of the world's biggest vendors of enterprise hardware and software -- Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks. The worst of the bunch is a credentials leak affecting Fortinet's FortiClient, an antivirus product...
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The San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals bought a 'security robot' to harass homeless people at its Mission District offices, a move that the city has banned and threatened $1,000/day fines for. (more…)
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DAILY VIDEO: IT pros are ready to switch jobs in search of pay increases and training; Intel rolls out new Pentium and Celeron chips for low-cost PCs; Skype for Windows 10 gains a shared content gallery and a notification panel; and there's more.
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DAILY VIDEO: IT pros are ready to switch jobs in search of pay increases and training; Intel rolls out new Pentium and Celeron chips for low-cost PCs; Skype for Windows 10 gains a shared content gallery and a notification panel; and there's more.
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Star Wars fever is once again high as The Last Jedi arrives in cinemas around the world. Sphero offers a range of Star Wars droids -- R2-D2, R2-Q5, BB-8 and BB-9E -- which you can control via an app, and which also interact with one another. The BB-8 model I’ve been...
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Donald Trump's FCC Chairman Ajit Pai made a terrible, unfunny video mocking the tens of millions of Net Neutrality advocates whose comments he has discarded (along with filings from the internet's inventors and leading scientists and engineers). The video was posted to the...
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Well, it’s official. After a few weeks of rumors and speculation, Disney now owns the TV and film production side of 20th Century Fox. Newscorp will still own Fox News, and all the […] The post Here’s What Disney Now Owns From Fox appeared first on Geek.com.
    Geek - Dec 14, 08:15 PM
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When Massachusetts GOP Senator Scott Brown was elected in a 2010 special election, Senate Democrats agreed to delay a key vote on health care reform until he could be seated, so that the vote would be held by elected officials, not the appointed lame duck who was sitting in...
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It’s rare, but once in a while the tabloids just get a story right. While Us magazine bores us with the “most fascinating people of 2017” (Melania Trump? Meghan Markle?) and the National Enquirer tells us “What shocked and rocked in 2017” (branding Hollywood’s...
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Today, the FCC ignored tens of millions of Americans' views, as well as comments from the world's leading internet scientists and the inventors of the internet, and give a huge regulatory gift to the telcoms sector it is supposed to be regulating, rolling back Net Neutrality ...
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Fecal transplants care caught in a legal limbo, even as they grow in popularity.
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Viktor Kalvachev is one of the most exciting figures in comics today. I love his art, which reminds me of the great paperback book illustrators of the 1960s. He's the creator of Blue Estate, a hardboiled crime series that takes place in modern day Los Angeles. It’s got a...
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New York Public Library president Tony Marx presides over the largest public library system in America, in a city where 2,000,000 people lack broadband internet access, so he understands as well as anyone the way that libraries bridge the digital divide, a divide that gets...
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Last night Kentucky Republican state Rep. Dan Johnson drove onto a bridge in Louisville, Kentucky, shot himself inside his car, and died. 24 hours earlier, he had been publicly accused of molesting a teenager in 2013. In 2013, then 17-year-old Maranda Richmond had to ward...
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The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to dismantle landmark rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet, granting broadband companies power to potentially reshape Americans' online experiences. The agency scrapped so-called net...
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The three Republican members of the commission voted to repeal the net neutrality rules.
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The Pineapple Fund was started by some nice person whose early acquisition of bitcoins made him a multimillionaire. He's donating $86 million to different charities, including the EFF (who gets $1 million) FAQ Who are you, and why? Sometime around the early days of bitcoin,...
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An anonymous reader shares an article: When President Kennedy announced the Apollo Program, he famously argued that we should go to the moon because it is hard. Solving the technical challenges of space travel is a kind of civilizational achievement on its own, like...
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