Now that the “six-strikes” Copyright Alert System has gone live, and we know exactly how some of these alerts will look like, it’s about time that ISPs revealed how they’ll be implementing the system. Let’s go through each of the participating ISPs one by one and see how each of [...]Read More »
A couple of days ago, the “six-strikes” Copyright Alert System was officially launched in the US. But until now, all we’ve known about the system are the details of how it works and the ISPs that will be participating. We haven’t seen what an actual alert looks like.
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…if you live in Nashville, Tennessee. Comcast, the largest broadband Internet Service Provider in the United States, has been capping the bandwidth of its customers at 250 GB for a while now. Recently, however, Comcast has decided to make a change to how it controls “excessive use of Internet data”. [...]Read More »
Ever wonder why MSNBC.com was named MSNBC? Well it was because of Microsoft’s stake in the digital property (‘MS’ standing for Microsoft… duh). I say “was” because the partnership is now over: NBC News has bought Microsoft’s share of MSNBC.com.
Partnership between Microsoft and NBC News on MSNBC, the [...]Read More »