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What is net neutrality? Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers (ISPs) treat everyone’s data equally – whether that’s an email from your mother, a bank transfer, or a streamed episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. It means that ISPs don’t get to choose which data is sent more quickly, and which sites get blocked or throttled (for example,...
The Australian government is proposing a legislation that will compel technology companies to provide access to users’ messages, regardless of whether they have been encrypted. The attorney general, George Brandis, said: “What we are proposing to do, if we can’t get the voluntary cooperation we are seeking, is to extend the existing law that says to individuals, citizens and to...
Did you notice the Google SOS Alerts on search results and maps?
Google has begun rounding up details about unfolding natural disasters, terrorism and different crises inside its Search and Maps instruments. Visitors will be shown updates from authorities, information articles, emergency phone numbers and different helpful info in a single place. The SOS Alerts facility can be set to trigger cell notifications to these close by to affected areas. Nevertheless, Google remains to...