An Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the company visitors utilize to connect to the Internet. The statistics below
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Aristotle To Bring Its High-Speed Network to Vilonia
Arkansas Business Online / 8/3/14
Aristotle ISP of Little Rock announced Wednesday that it will expand its wireless broadband Internet network to include the community of Vilonia. The news of a new high-speed Internet service provider comes about three months after a deadly tornado ...
Frontier introduces pay-as-you-go internet
Telecompaper (subscription) / 8/1/14
US ISP Frontier Communications has launched a pay-as-you-go internet service allowing customer to order prepaid internet when they need it, with no long-term contract. Customers choose can buy access in increments of 1, 7 or 30 days, but the initial ...
Hate Your ISP? Maybe You Need Community Fiber
EFF / 7/31/14
Chattanooga's local power utility operates a fiber optic Internet service that currently offers a 1 Gigabit speed package (1,000 Mbps) for just $69.99/month. For most of us that would be a 50x speed increase or better. Many fiber services are also symmetrical, ...
Government to clamp down on illegal downloads, internet piracy
SBS / 7/30/14
They include forcing internet service providers (ISP) to block overseas sites known to offer illegal access to content. This would enable rights holders to apply for a court order commanding the ISP to ban certain sites. There is also a move to change the ...
Brandis won't back down on internet piracy
The Daily Telegraph / 7/27/14
The Coalition government's pursuit of online pirates looks set to ignite a fierce war of words between internet service providers (ISPs), copyright holders and consumer advocates, with a draft government discussion paper looking to turn back the clock on iiNet's 2012 victory over ... With regards to the issue of extended injunctive relief, whereby a rights holder could obtain court injunctions to force an ISP to block particular websites, Dr Rimmer says there are broader ramifications that need to be taken into account.
The Internet Kill Switch - Your Protective Shield When VPN Fails
VPN Creative / 7/26/14
During one of such failure, when their system disconnects from the existing VPN server, the in/out data packets are generally routed through the normal ISP connection. This leaves their activity exposed, making it ... the VPN to your regular ISP. As the name suggests, an Internet kill switch “kills” your current Internet connection when an unprecedented change is detected. Ideally, it is suggested ... Users are recommended to access this service right from within the application. This will give them access to HMA's latest ...
FCC warns Internet providers
The Durango Herald / 7/25/14
Worried that you are not getting the broadband speed that you Internet service provider promised? The FCC has an app for that. ... The FCC adopted ISP transparency provisions in 2011 as part of the Open Internet rules. That Open Internet Transparency Rule ...
Amazon, Top Malware-Hosting ISP; Solutionary
SPAMfighter News / 7/24/14
Amazon, Top Malware-Hosting ISP; Solutionary. Solutionary recently released its Q2-2014 Threat Intelligence Report through its SERT (Security Engineering Research Team) that located the ten most severe international ISPs (Internet Service Providers) as ...
Fastest Internet in the U.S.: Which City Will Win the Race?
Next City / 7/24/14
Between Google Fiber and other ISPs, there is a good amount of overlap when it comes to gigabit deployment. (AP Photo/Paul ... While frustration over poor customer service and inferior Internet speeds is certainly relatable, it's not exactly a new phenomenon.