You can’t claim speeds that most users don’t get
Broadband firms will no longer be able to advertise broadband speeds based numbers that only a few customers get.
This gear threatening security and human rights
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly backed plans to control exports of devices to intercept mobile phone calls, hack computers or circumvent passwords that could be used by foreign states to suppress political opponents or activists.
FCC made a mistake allowing its existence
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who appears to have set a goal of sending the US internet into the dark ages, is digging up an old rule which stopped telcos from killing off BitTorrent.
Unless you are big content
The European Union has agreed on a plan obliging online retailers to make electrical products, concert tickets or car rental available to all EU consumers regardless of where they live.
Spreadsheet stuck in the 80s
The boss of the super secure Flash player has warned his staff to stop using Excel because it is out of date.
No stores in black areas
The fruity-cargo cult Apple has no interest in peddling its rich toys to US black areas and appears to have segregated its distribution, according to a new study.
Democracy is something for other countries
The FCC ignored more than 22 million comments chiming in on the net neutrality debate and only listened to the views of big corporations.
A little early
Samsung is planning to show off its next-generation Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The outfit he shut down
Controversial billionaire, and ally of Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump, Peter Thiel might be interested in buying Gawker.com — the news site he forced into bankruptcy by bankrolling a legal case against the outfit.
If he does not get jailed first
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has weighed in on the controversy surrounding the US government's decision to overturn net neutrality and started pushing the suggestion of creating a new internet.