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922
Any form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban
72
Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg - post any question and discussion comments here
5775
Dear Canada: Accessing Publicly Available Information on the Internet Is Not a Crime
2372
A Worrying Number of Amazon’s Warehouse Workers Are Reportedly Living Off Food Stamps
17176
'Too expensive' to delete millions of police mugshots of innocent people, minister claims - Up to 20m facial images are retained - six years after High Court ruling that the practice is unlawful because of the 'risk of stigmatisation'
501
Of Course The RIAA Would Find A Way To Screw Over The Public In 'Modernizing' Copyright
543
Top German court permits use of online ad blockers, dismissing Axel Springer claim
817
ISPs should charge for fast lanes—just like TSA Precheck, GOP lawmaker says
1905
‘I Fundamentally Believe That My Time at Reddit Made the World a Worse Place’
192
ISPs should charge for fast lanes—just like TSA Precheck, GOP lawmaker says
244
Amazon Gets Huge Subsidies To Provide Good Jobs — But It’s A Top Employer Of SNAP Recipients In At Least Five States
33
Russian bots behind '4,000% rise' in spread of lies after Salisbury and Syria attacks.
108
Former Reddit product head Dan McComas on the problems of growth as a metric: "I fundamentally believe that my time at Reddit made the world a worse place"
8
NASA’s Lunar Space Station Is Almost Here - The first contract to build components of the “Gateway” will be awarded next year.
13
Over 20,000,000 of Chrome Users are Victims of Fake Ad Blockers
9
Selling to Extremists: YouTube Ran Ads for Major Brands on Channels Promoting Nazis, Pedophilia, Propaganda
14
Ryzen gains on Intel with second generation. New chips bring a bit more clock speed, slightly more efficiency.
26473
‘No Company Is So Important Its Existence Justifies Setting Up a Police State’
172
German Supreme Court rules ad blockers legal, in defeat for Springer
499
Tesla Powerwalls and Powerpacks keep the lights on at 662 locations in Puerto Rico during island-wide blackout, says Elon Musk
567
Reddit now has more active users than Twitter — and is more engaging than porn
6
Exclusive: Chat is Google’s next big fix for Android’s messaging mess
5
Meet the robots that can pick and plant better than we can
15
Editorial: If FCC won’t regulate Internet, California should
30
Stanford scientists create gold nanoparticles in water
4
Thanks to unlimited data, wireless users are increasingly eschewing Wi-Fi
4
O'Rielly: Beating World to 5G Is What Matters - FCC commissioner says winning means not being dictated to by foreign powers
4
Tech giants are battling it out to supply the global internet - here’s why that’s a problem
23
Elon Musk’s Boring Company Tunnel Under Los Angeles May Happen Sooner Than Expected
3
Google plans to integrate Chat in Android devices to compete with iMessage
9
Tesla Autopilot starts collecting videos from Model 3’s cameras in push for self-driving data
3
Towards Battery-Free HD Video Streaming
44
The U.K. Just Went 55 Hours Without Using Coal for the First Time in History
157
MIT has figured out a way to mass produce graphene
3
Tech Workers Ask Google, Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon to Not Pursue Pentagon Contracts
7
Volkswagen Group infotainment systems vulnerable to RCE over 4G
180
Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law.
2
China's largest smartphone maker is working on an A.I. that can read human emotions
13
IBM: Our in-memory computing breakthrough will cut cost of training AI
2
Chips down: China aims to boost semiconductors as trade war looms
12
Qualcomm is slashing about 1,500 jobs in California to cut costs
2
A Recent Update from Google Could Severely Hamper Anti-Censorship Tools.
208 lolamerica00 Yeah, this is just going to happen more and more cause big corps in the US own the govt and can create monopolies or poorly regulated industries all over and screw over consumers. Happening with airlines too, healthcare, big Pharma, cell phone companies, etc
50 cr0ft The tax payers have actually subsidized them with billions to build out and maintain broadband; them being the major ISP's. In 2015, AT&T alone got 3 billion to build rural broadband. They were upset about having to achieve 10 Mbit speeds though... And the ISP's can't be arsed to maintain the infrastructure, because they figure they have a captive audience thanks to their cushy oligopoly, and instead blow the cash on other things and/or profit.
20 CyrilFiggis01 they'll somehow make the taxpayers foot the bill for it, just give it six months
66 LilDutchy Website is mobile cancer
30 Vzdubz I worked for verizon. If only you knew the scams they do to people. Glad to read this.
113 SaltyPassenger Something something free market monopoly.
12 Aperron This is what pretty much every company that owns a copper wireline network in the US is doing. Letting it fall apart so it can reach a tipping point where they can sit down with state public service boards, point at how bad it is and the dollar amount to fix it and then lobby to be released from their legal obligation to provide copper telephone service. It doesn't make them any money, but they're legally required to provide the service because it's the only wireline option in many areas. So they're playing games like a little kid trying to get out of that obligation. In some instances its working out the way they wanted it to. In other markets they just find a sucker (a smaller telephone company) and convince them to buy their wireline division. They take all the cash and assets with them and leave the new company with the husk and rotten copper network.
3 HPIguy Too bad they sold a lot of rural markets to Frontier long before this came about.
3 joshuads Fall apart? Half the pictures in this article look like active destruction of equipment. Still crappy it has not been addressed.
3 BULL3TP4RK This is why we still have copper instead of fiber. The cable companies would literally rather let their poles fall down.
3 THE_HORKOS Verizon FiOS technician hurriedly drilled a whole into my exterior wall and hit the 220 line for my AC unit. Arced the line and it had to be repaired. 4 hours on the phone, 30 calls, and 5 days later it was repaired. That was last week. Their customer service did a follow up yesterday and asked about the damage, i gave them the full story. I thought they might be calling to reimburse me for my time/lost wages, but nope... they were just following the script. If they say this, you say this, if they say that, you say this. Lady was just calling to try and sell me on getting another dipshit to track mud in my house and drill holes into my utilities again. No thanks I’m good.