Tag Archives: ISP
- Red Wire: Netflix Lends Weight To Internet Slowdown Net Neutrality Protest
September 9, 2014
The latest phase of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rulemaking is set to come to an end on Monday. Public comment has been strong throughout the open period: net neutrality is the third-highest source of incoming comments (more than 8,000 of them) to the FCC over the last 30...
- The Red Wire: War Is Peace, Comcast Is Net Neutrality, Freedom Is Slavery
May 7, 2014
We’ll all be hearing a lot more about net neutrality in the coming weeks. The Federal Communications Commission is set to officially put forth its net neutrality proposal, which involves allowing internet service providers to accept payments for privileged network access, at its May 15th meeting. The proposal will not...
- Your Players’ ISP is a Gold Mine of Demographic Information
January 28, 2014
Have you ever quietly passed judgment on friends or customers based on their Internet service provider (ISP) and ashamed afterwards for judging a book by its cover? Well throw that shame down the drain because, according to the folks over at MailChimp, there's plenty of incredibly useful demographic information hiding...
- ISPs increasingly alarmed by government-ordered censorship
August 27, 2010
As more and more governments start looking to ring-fence their gambling markets, they are leaning on local internet service providers to ferret out any digital interlopers. And as ISPs are discovering, these governmental ‘requests’ for compliance are increasingly starting to resemble demands, accompanied by implied or explicit threats of financial...
France sets new online sports betting turnover, revenue records
September 7, 2016