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The Most Infamous Swimming Pool in Japanese Pornography

The Most Infamous Swimming Pool in Japanese Pornography More than likely, they’ll know this swimming pool.In Japanese, the pool is called “that pool” (あのプール or ano puuru) or “the usual pool” (例のプール or rei no puuru).

Governing body declares: No IP addresses for governments that shut down internet access

Governing body declares: No IP addresses for governments that shut down internet access But certain regimes, when faced with political dissidents, protests, or even students possibly cheating on their exams, have taken to shutting down internet access.Now a governing body has declared that there should be no IP addresses awarded to governments that cut off internet access to their citizens.

India's relentless push for digital now reaches the hinterlands

India's relentless push for digital now reaches the hinterlands After actively pushing for a cashless economy last year, Modi's 'Digital India' bus is now reaching the smallest and sleepiest towns of the country.About 7,000 railway stations in India's hinterlands will now be turned into digital hotspots, the Economic Times reports.

Internet Archive will ignore robots.txt files to maintain an accurate historical record

Internet Archive will ignore robots.txt files to maintain an accurate historical record The Internet Archive has announced that going forward, it will no longer conform to directives given by robots.These files are predominantly used to advise search engines on which portions of the page should be crawled and indexed to help facilitate search queries.

Here's how Richard could build his 'new internet' on 'Silicon Valley'

Here's how Richard could build his 'new internet' on 'Silicon Valley' Is Richard's "new internet" even possible, or just TV nonsense?There are several ways Richard could theoretically go about building this "new internet.

AT&T expands its LTE coverage to cover residents in rural Georgia

AT&T expands its LTE coverage to cover residents in rural Georgia AT&T was among the internet providers that agreed to expand coverage area in exchange for funding and made good on its promise this week.“When you consider that farmers, ranchers, and other rural residents are also small business owners, the need for high-speed internet becomes obvious.

AT&T may deliver faster internet speeds to richer neighborhoods

AT&T may deliver faster internet speeds to richer neighborhoods A new report suggests that, at least in California, telecoms company AT&T may only be making fiber internet access available to affluent communities, leaving some low-income areas in California stuck with internet access that can be as slow as 768Kbps.7 million households lacking access to even the basic standard of ‘broadband’ as defined by the California Public Utilities Commission.

FCC Chairman Announces Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality Regulations

FCC Chairman Announces Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality Regulations Many of us hoped the net neutrality battle was over two years ago when the FCC implemented Title II classification of internet service providers.Indeed, chairman Pai has released a plan to roll back the 2015 Title II “common carrier” reclassification, essentially gutting net neutrality in the US.

Anon seeks his ancestry

Anon seeks his ancestry E Anonymoused/ 26/ 1 7( : 37: 55 No.36571743sly?

It just got a bit easier to watch YouTube in Cuba

It just got a bit easier to watch YouTube in Cuba The search giant partnered with Cuba's national telecommunications agency to bring the nation Google Global Cache, allowing for faster and higher quality access to the services and content Google provides.That means, for example, better access to YouTube videos, as two Google executives wrote back in December.

The Internet Is Under Attack By the US Government

The Internet Is Under Attack By the US Government The Open Internet Order of 2015 reclassified internet service providers as “common carriers.” This came with stricter rules regarding how ISPs handled internet traffic.

Blackberry is back with the cool KeyOne Android phone – plus that keyboard

Blackberry is back with the cool KeyOne Android phone – plus that keyboard The Switch is on It’s backpatting time at Nintendo as the new Switch gaming system is a certifiable hit.” Time says Nintendo hopes to sell 10 million Switch systems this year, but analysts say they wouldn’t be surprised if the number is closer to 15 million.

4G explained: A guide to LTE, WiMax, HSPA+, and more

4G explained: A guide to LTE, WiMax, HSPA+, and more Words like 4G, LTE, and WiMax seem to have replaced the last set of words we barely understood: 3G, GSM, and CDMA.Don’t let this surprisingly intuitive naming scheme spin you around: 4G simply means “fourth generation.

Net Neutrality's back in the menu

Net Neutrality's back in the menu The fight for netneutrality is officiallyback onAfter months of blunt forceforeshadowing, the FederalCommunications Commission announcedtoday that it' s ready to pick a fight with thepublic over the future of the open internet,It' s great news if you’ re a lawyer forVerizon or Comcast, and terrible news forthe rest of us.