UK ISP, Three, doesn’t care about net neutrality and will let you pay for zero-rated, unlimited Netflix

Three, one of the United Kingdom’s (UK) largest telecom and internet service providers (ISP), recently announced a new plan which zero-rates and gives access to unlimited Netflix. Essentially, streaming from Netflix wouldn’t count against a customer’s data usage; however, using other sites such as YouTube or Amazon would. While this may seem like a benefit … Continue reading “UK ISP, Three, doesn’t care about net neutrality and will let you pay for zero-rated, unlimited Netflix”

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  • Jul 11, 2016
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Security,

Password sharing is not a federal crime… But it is still illegal in Tennessee

Is password sharing illegal? Recent actions from the 9th circuit court have sparked slightly erroneous headlines claiming that sharing your password is a federal crime. To grossly simplify the case, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) was used against a fired employee that accessed a company database with a password obtained from a former … Continue reading “Password sharing is not a federal crime… But it is still illegal in Tennessee”

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Check out Fast.com, a new speed test for your VPN gateway

How well does PIA work with Netflix’s Fast.com, the newest competitor to Speedtest.net? Notably, Fast.com runs a faster test than Speedtest does, this is because Fast.com only checks your download speed and doesn’t show upload speed or ping. The coolest thing about Fast.com is that it also running on Netflix’ servers, which means it is a … Continue reading “Check out Fast.com, a new speed test for your VPN gateway”

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