Category: Internet

ZTE Releases Precise RAN Solution and Industry-first NodeEngine Commercial Use to Empower Digital Transformation

SHENZHEN, China, March 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today has released the Precise RAN Solution White Paper for the upgrade of digital economy, and the NodeEngine Technology White Paper together with China Mobile for digital transformation of the industrial park, as well as the industry-first NodeEngine commercial case.

With the theme of precise industry empowerment, the release conference of ZTE Precise RAN & NodeEngine has been held online. At this conference, representatives from industry-leading enterprises, such as Xinfengming Group (one

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Google to Stop Selling Ads Based on Your Specific Web Browsing

Google plans to stop selling ads based on individuals’ browsing across multiple websites, a change that could hasten upheaval in the digital advertising industry.

The Alphabet Inc. company said Wednesday that it plans next year to stop using or investing in tracking technologies that uniquely identify web users as they move from site to site across the internet.

The decision, coming from the world’s biggest digital advertising company, could help push the industry away from the use of such individualized tracking, which has come under increasing criticism from privacy advocates and faces scrutiny from regulators.

Google’s heft means the change

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Netgear Offers New 4G And 5G Router Solutions For Internet Backup

This year’s virtual CES has seen network giant Netgear announce a heap of new products ranging from serious business routers, through to devices for gamers and people on the move or located in areas where there aren’t any high-speed broadband networks available.

First up is the Nighthawk LAX20 router which supports the latest WiFi 6 networking technology and delivers up to 1.8Gbps of high-performance WiFi and improved network

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Digital Cacaphony in a Splintering Cyberspace

In 2020, the pandemic accelerated digitalization around the globe. Homeoffice, Online Shopping, Zoom Conferences became part of the daily life for billions of people. But if somebody would have expected that the Covid-19-Desaster is a wake-up call for the world to be more united, work hand in hand, and pool resources reducing risks of a borderless threat, this “somebody” was wrong. 2020 was dominated by “My country first.” The global cyberspace was filled with building new barriers, widening old gaps, growing mistrust, nasty cyberattacks, more cybercrime and the first Internet-based drone-war in the Caucasian mountains. What about 2021? Will the

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Why Repealing Section 230 Could Ruin the Internet

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It’s become popular at both ends of the political spectrum to beat up on Section 230, a provision of the 1996 Communications Decency Act that established the ground rules for the modern internet. Section 230 protects websites from liability for user generated content, while allowing them flexibility to moderate content. Demands in Washington to repeal the rule have reached a fever pitch, but it would be a very bad idea.

The key piece of Section 230 is just 26 words: “No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or

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Is a global internet tax coming in 2021?

The subject of taxing the internet — and everything that goes on over the internet — has been a hot issue virtually since the “network of networks” morphed from the NSF Net to the internet in the 1990’s.

The first phase of these tax debates was purely American, and it took place in the 1990’s when main street bookstores complained that online bookstores like Cadabra (renamed Amazon) — unlike main street bookstores — were selling books over the internet without collecting or paying sales taxes. Other main street merchants began to complain loudly as e-commerce rapidly expanded from books

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