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Re: U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites 'By Mistake'...
« Reply #40 on: February 17, 2011, 03:06:41 AM »
Child pornography and the like is simply an excuse to ban.  They really need to look at themselves for those types of operations and get some arrests going.

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Re: U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites 'By Mistake'...
« Reply #41 on: February 17, 2011, 04:49:13 AM »
Now that's scary.

Not really.  Could be the best thing to ever happen.

It depends on what we do if and when that happens.

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Re: U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites 'By Mistake'...
« Reply #42 on: February 17, 2011, 08:24:14 AM »
Yeh, I'm sure the people who introduced strip searches, pat downs and body scans of children in airports really care about combatting child pornography...
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Re: Alternate DNS root
« Reply #43 on: February 28, 2011, 02:53:23 AM »
Hi pikeaero

I see some of my postings here ;D

You are building a interesting project, i would like to help, but i don't use C++.
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Kaspersky wants Interpol for the web
« Reply #44 on: May 28, 2011, 02:05:52 PM »
The world needs an Internet Interpol, as well as enforceable online identities and an “Internet passport”, Eugene Kaspersky has told the AusCERT 2011 conference this week.

The founder of Kaspersky Labs said his “Interpol” needed to be a global, borderless cybercrime unit that would exist with the support cooperation of international law enforcement agencies.

Kaspersky told AusCERT conference in Queensland that the “embedded” nature of cybercrime in the online world could be compared to the omnipresence of sharks in Australia waters.

The "digital world is under attack," he said. Although the idea has been discussed by government authorities and the security industry have been discussed for more than a decade, nothing’s been done.

He said another reason cybercrime has risen is that “some cybercriminals from non English-speaking countries don’t release malware in their own country because they don’t want police to connect them to it," something that an international agency could help monitor.

"Sooner or later we will have [an Internet Interpol],” Kaspersky said. “I am also talking about Internet passports and having an online ID. Some countries are introducing this idea, so maybe in 15 years we will all have it,” he forecast.

The security software millionaire said an international online identification system could help in the fight against identity theft and th...
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Dangerous Cybercrime Treaty Pushes Surveillance and Secrecy Worldwide
« Reply #45 on: September 02, 2011, 08:52:44 AM »
Dangerous Cybercrime Treaty Pushes Surveillance and Secrecy Worldwide

As part of an emerging international trend to try to ‘civilize the Internet’, one of the world’s worst Internet law treaties--the highly controversial Council of Europe (CoE) Convention on Cybercrime--is back on the agenda. Canada and Australia are using the Treaty to introduce new invasive, online surveillance laws, many of which go far beyond the Convention’s intended levels of intrusiveness. Negotiated over a decade ago, only 31 of its 47 signatories have ratified it. Many considered the Treaty to be dormant but in recent years a number of countries have been modeling national laws based on the flawed Treaty. Moreover, Azerbaijan, Montenegro, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom are amongst those who have ratified within the last year. However, among non-European countries, only the U.S. has ratified the Treaty to date, making Canada and Australia’s efforts unique. The Treaty has not been harmless, and both Australia and Canada are fast-tracking legislation (Australia's lower house approved a cybercrime bill last night) that will enable them to ratify the Treaty, at great cost to the civil liberties of their citizens.

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Orcon web traffic drops 10% after launch of Skynet law
« Reply #46 on: September 06, 2011, 11:32:01 PM »
The "Skynet" law appears to be encouraging some internet users to stop accessing entertainment through peer-to-peer file sharing services, but the fall off in patronage has not been as marked as that which followed some crackdowns overseas.

Orcon chief executive Scott Bartlett said the internet provider had experienced about a 10 per cent drop in customers downloading files over peer-to-peer file sharing networks since the anti-piracy law took effect on Thursday, suggesting some customers were modifying their behaviour for fear of being fined.

Bartlett said he had been told by other internet providers that they had seen a bigger drop in traffic and said the new law was definitely having an effect, however the country's two largest internet providers were less certain.

TelstraClear spokesman Gary Bowering said it saw international traffic decline about the time the controversial regime came into force but it couldn't say for certain if the two events were related. "In broad terms, the recent change is noticeable but not major."

Telecom spokeswoman Anna Skerten said it had seen no discernible impact. While there had been "a few dips", these were within the bounds of normal fluctuations in traffic, she said.

In 2009, the BBC reported that Sweden experienced a one-third drop in total internet traffic after it forced internet providers to reveal the identities of illegal file-shares to right holders for the first time.

Telecom, TelstraClear and Orcon have not received any requests from rights holders that they send infringement notices to customers under New Zealand's "three-strikes" regime, but Bartlett said he was definitely expecting some and believed the first would come through in about a week.

He would not disclose his sources, but indicated Orcon had been in contact with organisations representing rights holders to discuss the smooth implementation of the regime, under which internet users can be brought in front of the Copyright Tribunal and fined up to $15,000 if they are detected three times accessing pirated material.

Skerten said Telecom was also in discussions in rights holders group to "get more of a handle from them as to what we can expect".

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/5578590/Net-traffic-slows-as-Skynet-law-introduced

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Another Encrypted Email service shutdown
« Reply #47 on: August 09, 2013, 03:35:30 AM »

http://rt.com/usa/lavabit-email-snowden-statement-247/

More and more will be shutdown i think.
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Re: Another Encrypted Email service shutdown
« Reply #48 on: August 09, 2013, 07:15:50 AM »
I run my own e-mail server.

If you can "do" computers, this is worth the effort of setting up. Of course because you own your own domain, then you can offer as many or as few accounts and email addresses to other people as you so desire.

The tools are out there, its time to stop moaning, and get on with the solutions.


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Re: Another Encrypted Email service shutdown
« Reply #49 on: August 09, 2013, 10:12:44 AM »
I found out that StartPage is launching an encrypted email service.

https://startmail.com/
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Encrypted Email services shutting down
« Reply #50 on: August 09, 2013, 10:22:50 AM »
Another Secure Email Service, Silent Circle, Is Shutting Down

Silent Circle, an email provider which guarantees end-to-end secure email, has announced that it's going the same way as Edward Snowden's beloved Lavabit and shuttering over concerns of external pressures.

In a blog post, Silent Circle's CTO Jon Callas explained that the move is a result of *cough* outside *cough* pressures that prompted Lavabit to close up shop. He also suggests that the insecure nature of email protocols is a problem, too, but realistically this boils down to pre-emptively avoiding trouble from the authorities. Indeed, Silent Circle says it hadn't received any "subpoenas, warrants, security letters, or anything else." Yet.

But speaking to TechCrunch, Silent Circle's CEO Michael Janke admitted that some of its high-profile users would likely have authorities sniffing around soon. In the meantime, Silent Circle's phone, video and text encryption systems are still up and running. [Silent Circle via TechCrunch]

http://gizmodo.com/another-secure-email-service-silent-circle-is-shuttin-1075763867
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Re: Another Encrypted Email service shutdown
« Reply #51 on: August 23, 2013, 03:49:11 AM »
Hi everyone,
We believe that encrypted email isn't gone. We just started few weeks ago encryption email service at https://sealcast.com. It's located in France therefore not under US jurisdiction.

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Netflix and YouTube Account for Half of Internet's Traffic
« Reply #52 on: November 12, 2013, 06:45:20 PM »
Report: Netflix and YouTube Account for Half of Internet's Traffic
13 November 2013
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http://mashable.com/2013/11/12/internet-traffic-downstream/

Netflix and YouTube dominate over half of downstream Internet traffic in North America, according to a new report released by Canadian Internet monitoring firm Sandvine.

Downstream traffic is data that goes from a source to a computer, and Netflix's share of that is 31.6%. YouTube comes in second at about 18.7%, up 9% from the first half of this year.

The increased dominance of streaming services has also lessened the impact of peer-to-peer traffic and video piracy.

BitTorrent accounts for around 4% of North American downstream Internet traffic, compared with 31% five years ago.

Statista's chart, which uses data from Sandvine's Global Internet Phenomena Report, shows which shares of U.S. downstream web traffic can be attributed to different properties.

The mobile numbers from Sandvine's report tell a bit of a different story.

YouTube controls the largest portion of data, at nearly 17.7%. Facebook follows in a close second, about 2% behind.

Report: http://tweakimg.net/files/upload/2h-2013-global-internet-phenomena-report-pdf.pdf
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The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #53 on: January 15, 2014, 06:26:26 PM »
And what might be the worlds' last website, then?

I mean let's face it, only I could ask this question.

Let's also face it, the web's time is approaching.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q4_XClQLsE

I mean, it just gets worse and worse and crazier.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtkumaXuAKw

It's not just the 'Net'. Much of Television is at it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QA_Dw71Satc
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Re: The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #54 on: January 17, 2014, 06:33:22 AM »
 I suggest you start using the internet for shopping only, you know, ebay, books.
 Convert all your billing and paperwork back to A4 in envelopes whilst we still have the chance to swing it that way.
 
 Once all the idiots wake-up to the snooping culture, (as if that's possible, even hypothetically), and notwithstanding this, there must be a tipping point beyond which nothing significant or of import is learnt then by the likes of Tempora (UK) and PRISM (Utah Data Centre, US). And the snooping networks will become, very quickly, financially unsustainable.

Do you think an internet filled with HDTV and Advertising and e-sales, (even that should go eventually, when you've got what you need) can be of any use to snooping agencies paid for by the taxpayer?

Their operations will, by force of simple market economics, become a white elephant eventually. They must.

 The internet has become the biggest of ACHILLES HEALS, that I can think of, in a thousand years of Human History. It needs to be ended. It has become a huge burgeoning, bloating tumour on the human brain stem (metaphor, yes?). There is no SECURITY, and there can be no PEACE in our lives, whilst the internet survives.

And it has reached a point where it is not encouraging our growth as a species. It's death should be as inglorious and as humble as its arrival.

And what will the death of the internet sound like!?

 A single solitary 'Click', as the last person out switches off the last low-energy saver bulb in the last server centre. Hoorah!

 This is what is called: Juntawatch's "Prophet of Doom" Early morning Speech, of the 17th Jan, 2014!

 And what if he turns out to be 50% correct, and personal traffic falls by ~50% sharply? The internet will die after the TIPPING POINT on that graph of users versus useful data leached out, is reached.

 For the NATIONAL SECURITY services or rampant raving capitalists alike this will spell out in bold letters written in blood the wall that 'THE INTERNET HAS BECOME REDUNDANT'.  
 From then on in, it's down hill all the way, for the damned thing. And I do not care for any of you, or any of it.

 Forward I say, and I will look forward, to the day, when the Internet is no-more and is 'Out-of-My-Face'.
 
 Death to the Internet!

 Forever!

 


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Re: The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #55 on: January 17, 2014, 07:40:40 AM »
The Internet has been taken over by Faceboot and BoobTube... We need to take it back!
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Re: The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #56 on: January 17, 2014, 08:00:10 AM »
 Oh but Lo! The headlines. 'Extraordinary crisis required to stabilise emergence of a NWO'
http://www.prisonplanet.com/think-tank-extraordinary-crisis-needed-to-preserve-new-world-order.html

 So, you lot can fool yourselves that you're having a role in preventing such a crisis, YES!

 How Convenient, just when the interRatsNest is starting to look like IT might be in trouble!

 Notice how none of this modern-era New World Order existed in PRACTICE before the WWW?

 Sorry to break it to you this way, again, but preparing for delusion is no way to live a reality.

 And what if: - The World-Wide-Web is the New-World-Order in emergence; - a vital component.

 Let me guess! You want to take it over & tell UTAH, PRISM and TEMPORA, what you're thinking?!

Death to the Internet, for once and for all, since I don't want to preserve the way things are planned to be ...


 

 
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Re: The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #57 on: January 18, 2014, 01:56:21 AM »
"And what if: - The World-Wide-Web is the New-World-Order in emergence; - a vital component."
Perhaps so, but I think it's a vital component for the human civilisation of the future.
youtube.com/watch?v=JiMqzN_YSXU

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Re: The World's 1st Website.
« Reply #58 on: January 18, 2014, 04:12:54 AM »
Its a tool, it is up to us how we use it.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How To Find The Web Stuff You're Not Supposed To Find
« Reply #59 on: March 08, 2014, 08:36:48 PM »
INFOGRAPHIC: How To Find The Web Stuff You're Not Supposed To Find

http://www.ibtimes.com/infographic-how-find-web-stuff-youre-not-supposed-find-1543319
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Re: INFOGRAPHIC: How To Find The Web Stuff You're Not Supposed To Find
« Reply #60 on: March 10, 2014, 07:37:16 PM »
Interesting. Thanks. Had heard a little about this before, the infographic was clarifying. 8)
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Re: WORLD WIDE WEB
« Reply #61 on: August 27, 2015, 03:56:46 AM »
that's interesting topic about google, i'm noticed about the topics.. ;D

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Re: U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites 'By Mistake'...
« Reply #62 on: September 13, 2015, 10:34:49 AM »
Child pornography and the like is simply an excuse to ban.  They really need to look at themselves for those types of operations and get some arrests going.

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It's so ridiculous how they can purport to fight pedophilia when they themselves are the reason we have porn EVERYWHERE! Not to mention, they're pedofags themselves...
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Streaming Music Passes Physical Sales for First Time
« Reply #63 on: September 22, 2015, 05:19:30 PM »
Streaming Music Passes Physical Sales for First Time
21 September 2015
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-21/streaming-music-passes-physical-sales-for-first-time

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The Next Looming "Commodity" Failure: Social Media
« Reply #64 on: September 30, 2015, 01:26:11 AM »
The Next Looming "Commodity" Failure: Social Media
28 September 2015
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-28/next-looming-commodity-failure-social-media
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Re: The Next Looming "Commodity" Failure: Social Media
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The Next Looming "Commodity" Failure: Social Media
28 September 2015
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-28/next-looming-commodity-failure-social-media

… from this layman's point of view, bursting
that 'smoke & mirrors' bubble is way overdue.
Has any of the big 4-5 'social media' corporations
ever made a profit?

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Why Most Websites Look the Other Way on Ad Blockers
« Reply #66 on: January 30, 2016, 12:27:38 PM »
Why Most Websites Look the Other Way on Ad Blockers
29 January 2016
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-01-29/why-most-websites-look-the-other-way-on-ad-blockers
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EU-U.S. Data Transfers Threatened Amid Race for Safe-Harbor Deal
« Reply #67 on: January 30, 2016, 07:35:03 PM »
EU-U.S. Data Transfers Threatened Amid Race for Safe-Harbor Deal
29 January 2016
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-01-29/eu-u-s-data-transfers-threatened-amid-race-for-safe-harbor-deal
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October Surprise: Obama Is About to Give Dictators Control of the Internet
« Reply #68 on: August 19, 2016, 08:16:29 PM »
October Surprise: Obama Is About to Give Dictators Control of the Internet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED__RnnME88

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Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet by Robert X. Cringely
« Reply #69 on: September 28, 2016, 04:11:51 AM »
Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet (1998) by Robert X. Cringely http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/nerds-brief-history-internet/
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4 States Sue To Block Obama's Internet Transition Set For Tomorrow Night
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4 States Sue To Block Obama's Internet Transition Set For Tomorrow Night
29 September 2016
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Judge Denies Attempt To Block Transfer Of Internet Oversight
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Judge Denies Attempt To Block Transfer Of Internet Oversight
1 October 2016
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-01/judge-denies-attempt-block-transfer-internet-oversight
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Re: WORLD WIDE WEB
« Reply #72 on: October 02, 2016, 12:36:46 AM »
Judge Denies Attempt To Block Transfer Of Internet Oversight, Its Not really a surprise.
Looks like ICANN will be given to UN):         Don't be surprised a new global TAX to be added to domain reg, to help fund the UN....

So need to start to learn and use alternatives to ICANN.

A handful of Alt root DNS servers are available, i am aware of 2.

Several p2p based (blockchain on some only) web address services are available.

Several opensource firmware replacement for wireless access points are available to create a local wlan. New FCC restrictions are in the works to make a bit harder for you, so choose your models carefully. but still possible.

The old BBS over landline 56k is a long shot alternative.

Friend to friend transfer.

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Re: WORLD WIDE WEB
« Reply #73 on: October 02, 2016, 04:41:36 AM »
One other design is customized browsers that support new TLD's, outside control of ICANN.

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Re: WORLD WIDE WEB
« Reply #74 on: October 12, 2016, 04:01:59 AM »
Forgot a simple idea, skip ICANN by just using public IP for your fav website:

Example: http://www.shtfplan.com/ OR http://67.43.5.170/ Even has the IP written on the front page, bottom!
Dedicated IP Address: 67.43.5.170

Infowars.com should do the same, and others...

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Re: WORLD WIDE WEB
« Reply #75 on: November 23, 2016, 07:50:07 PM »
Almost half the world will be online by end of 2016; poorer countries will lag, report shows
22 November 2016
, by Nqobile Dludla - Johannesburg (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-internet-itu-idUSKBN13H0XG

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall, but their numbers will remain concentrated in the developed world, a United Nations agency said on Tuesday.
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