Is the Internet so embedded in the lives of so many people, acting as the main way for information exchange, that to deny access to everyone in the world is a breach of human rights? The United Nations thinks so.
Before the blogosphere shifts its entire focus to the 2016 election, it appears that Barack Obama is using his executive authority to get big things done...even if it riles up critics. Now, the president is working to increase high-speed Internet access.
Our country is famous for giving its people freedoms, then slowly over time it takes them away one by one.
And next on the list of freedoms we may start to lose is Internet access. And in some ways, it has already begun.
The FBI has warned that hundreds of thousands of Internet users across the world may lose access to the Internet by July in the aftermath of a hacker's scam that infected their computers with malicious software.
The internet speed inJapan is 61 megabits per second, or nearly 30 times faster than the U.S.’ broadband speed of 1.97 megabits per second. Communication Workers of America are now warning the U.S. to improve speed or lose big in the global economy.
MUNCHEN - The warm glow of success is usually the reward for being the first to achieve anything - that is unless someone else claims to have got there beforehand.
It's like that in the car industry at the moment, with makers scrambling to be the fi...