With a 3-2 vote the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) eliminated its power over net neutrality. This decision paved the way for internet service providers to charge their subscribers for faster
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New Internet Extensions
The domain name industry is constantly evolving since the .com extension became famous back in 1985. By the middle of last year, the Internet had almost 335 million domain names
Expect These To Trend in Social Media
As new technologies rise and go into our mainstream culture, social media is trying to catch up and join the bandwagon. Soon, social norms will change the way we use
WWIII: Hacker Wars
Last year, black hat hackers launched a total of four billion cyber attacks. That was five times greater than the cyber attacks in 2015. Across the world, damages from cyber
The Dark Side of the Net
Since the advent of the Internet, the world wide web has become an open marketplace. Businesses, personal, and social networking sites have appeared online. There are websites that are openly
When a Software Dies…
Adobe announced late July that they will stop supporting Flash by the end of 2020. As we all know, Flash used to be a standard tool for web development. That
Your Website’s First Impression
The common proverb “First impressions are the most lasting.” applies to almost anything including websites. Within a matter of a seconds, people have already judged your website on its first encounter.
Censorship: Is The Internet To Blame?
While the United Nations stands up for freedom of expression and declared “that people have the same rights online as offline”, a few countries are experiencing the opposite. While the
Web Hosting Explained
Most new website owners get scared and frustrated when they start to choose a web host. It’s not the process that is scary, it’s overwhelming for someone who has no
When Will The Fight For an Open Internet Ends?
Last week, the Senate voted for the repeal of the Internet privacy protections approved by the FCC several months ago. These rules would have required ISPs to get permission from customers