C Spire Wireless is partnering with Atlanta-based online safety company Bark to roll out free parental controls to protect the children and families of its nearly 1 million mobile communications consumers in Mississippi from mounting online threats.

The wireless services division of the Mississippi-based firm is working with Bark Technologies to provide their award-winning service to help families manage and protect their children’s digital lives.

Customers can also take advantage of a paid premium service that monitors 30+ of the most popular apps for signs of issues like cyberbullying, suicidal ideation, online predators, threats of violence and more.

“Parents and

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Digital equity advocates – people who have been working for decades now to come up with solutions to narrow the divide between people who are connected to broadband and those who still aren’t – say Internet Service Providers (ISPs) must partner with the ethnic media to reach people in California who remain unconnected and under-connected to broadband service.

“We have focused on the importance of community and Ethnic Media. We think that the Internet Service Providers should be advertising with (ethnic media), reaching out to you and connecting with you,” said Sunne McPeak, CEO of the California Emerging Technology Fund

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Data replication technology developer HVR is expanding its partner program, including providing resell and referral fees for partners, enhancing its partner portal and adding to its partner-dedicated staff.

The HVR Partner Program expansion, unveiled Thursday, comes as the company reports surging demand for its real-time cloud data replication and integration technology that’s used to move data into cloud systems like Snowflake and Amazon Web Services.

“The volumes of data are such today that you need a very efficient way to move that data. We think that certainly takes us and our partners into big opportunities, broader opportunities,” said CEO Anthony

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Advocates: Internet Companies Must Partner With Ethnic Media to Close Digital Divide

Phrase Digital Divide writen with an old vintage typewriter

Digital equity advocates – people who have been working for decades now to come up with solutions to narrow the divide between people who are connected to broadband and those who still aren’t – say Internet Service Providers (ISPs) must partner with the ethnic media to reach people in California who remain unconnected and under-connected to broadband service.

“We have focused on the importance of community and Ethnic Media. We think that the Internet Service Providers should be advertising

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According to a 2020 study by the IICA, IDB, and Microsoft, 32 percent of the Latin American and Caribbean population – 244 million people – still don’t have access to the internet. In a new partnership with Ericsson, communications service provider Millicom, who operates as TIGO in Latin America, will see its network in three key Latin American markets modernized, extending coverage to an additional 2.5 million people and connecting an additional 712 municipalities, in a joint mission to eliminate the digital divide in the region.  

This new partnership of the two companies will see an investment of USD 

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What you need to know:

  • Harnessing Verizon’s 5G connectivity and the power of the Mastercard network, Verizon Business and Mastercard will work closely to innovate the future of payments and commerce.
  • Companies will work together to deliver solutions such as immersive retail technology, compelling point-of-sale experiences, and digital capabilities for small and medium businesses (SMBs).

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. and PURCHASE, N.Y. – Verizon Business and Mastercard today announced a strategic partnership expected to drive transformational solutions for the global payments and commerce ecosystem. From contactless shopping and autonomous checkout technology to Cloud Point of Sale (POS) solutions, Mastercard and

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