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Verizon pays more than $20 million to stream a single NFL game

Verizon pays more than $20 million to stream a single NFL game The telecom spent $21 million for the rights to stream a week-three match-up in London between the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.Yahoo may also carry the game if its sale to Verizon closes in time for the September date.

How to Speak Out Against the FCC's Attempt to Kill Net Neutrality

How to Speak Out Against the FCC's Attempt to Kill Net Neutrality Remember the halcyon days of 2015 when the Federal Communications Commission voted to secure net neutrality in the United States?Fake submissions won’t help the cause to protect net neutrality, so please use your real name and address.

Court Forces Verizon to Fix Critical Infrastructure in Pennsylvania

Court Forces Verizon to Fix Critical Infrastructure in Pennsylvania Back in 2015, Verizon was sued by the Communications Workers of America for its general failure to maintain copper infrastructure in Pennsylvania.Employees were instructed to migrate customers to Verizon’s VoiceLink wireless service if any opportunity to do so existed, even if that service was an imperfect or unsuitable replacement for the copper service they previously had.

Former CenturyLink Employee Alleges ISP Fraudulently Signs Up Customers

Former CenturyLink Employee Alleges ISP Fraudulently Signs Up Customers The company was fined $185 million, is facing various criminal and civil suits, and its CEO resigned in disgrace.A former CenturyLink employee is alleging that the ISP used a similar tactic in a new court filing.

Anon gives vacation advice

Anon gives vacation advice 7382137'to Disney Worldone of these stupid Mickey-Ears hatsthe fucking thing mgearhead57 KB JPG 'Break into Cinderella' s Castleall the way the tepyour hands and yell to get the attention ofpark patrons belowtout, "I am motherfucking Tinkerbell!blarneyed conservativeness's.

Join Tech Titans to Save Net Neutrality

Join Tech Titans to Save Net Neutrality Today’s event, organized by Fight for the Future, is a response to plans by the FCC to curb a free and open Internet.In 2015, President Obama led the reclassification of broadband as a telecom service under “Title II” of the Communications Act, rather than an information service.

Are you a person on the internet right now?

Are you a person on the internet right now? We've been here before (paging John Oliver), but we have a new administration now so we're essentially back where we started.Yes, we're talking about net neutrality.

If you're a Verizon customer, you should change your PIN — now

If you're a Verizon customer, you should change your PIN — now If you're a Verizon customer, you need to change your PIN — the personal identification number you use when contacting customer service — right now.The security company, UpGuard, told Verizon about the exposed data on June 13, and Verizon had dealt with the problem by June 22, CNN reported.

Sprint is ruthlessly trolling Verizon with a brutal, fake pop-up shop

Sprint is ruthlessly trolling Verizon with a brutal, fake pop-up shop In its latest shot at competitor Verizon, Sprint decided to open up a unique pop-up shop in Queens called "Twice the Price," which essentially trolls Verizon's prices by overcharging for all of the featured items.Because, as the store's tagline goes, "Why pay less when you can pay more?

Pissed Netflix subscribers accuse Verizon of throttling video

Pissed Netflix subscribers accuse Verizon of throttling video Oh, and your Netflix binge sessions while you're at it.And, as no one likes the threat of their favorite show stuck in buffering hell, you'd better believe Netflix subscribers are pissed.

Roomba Maker Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home to Google, Amazon

Roomba Maker Wants to Sell Maps of Your Home to Google, Amazon “There’s an entire ecosystem of things and services that the smart home can deliver once you have a rich map of the home that the user has allowed to be shared,” Angle told Reuters.To some extent, this is iRobot’s effort to reposition itself after taking fire from manufacturers hawking less-expensive Roomba clones.

Net Neutrality is About to Die, but One Man Could Still Save It

Net Neutrality is About to Die, but One Man Could Still Save It With the FCC Ajit Pai’s crusade against Net Neutrality nearing its grim end, many have begun to lose hope that it can be stopped.While anyone can comment publicly on FCC proceedings, Nguyen’s complaint is the only one formal one.