Images For Internet Service Providers


telecoms-supermarket-india-digital-life-suppporting-bulk-sms-marketing

joshiaadhya posted a photo:

telecoms-supermarket-india-digital-life-suppporting-bulk-sms-marketing

Get the best and cheap bulk SMS service at Telecoms Supermarket India and Bulk SMS Provider in India | Send Promotional & Transactional SMS to DND & NON-DND Numbers. Low-Cost Instant Delivery | Create your account in 30 Seconds. call: 011 4290 8899

Flickr 12/12/2018 11:18:29 AM

"#Exfiltrated #metadata from #internetserviceproviders and #socialmedia platforms can be plugged into #bigdata #analytics... psychographic targeting of #criticalinfrastructure executives with elevated privileges. Why is no one talking about this?"

crystallinelamp posted a photo:

"#Exfiltrated #metadata from #internetserviceproviders and #socialmedia platforms can be plugged into #bigdata #analytics... psychographic targeting of #criticalinfrastructure executives with elevated privileges. Why is no one talking about this?"

"#Exfiltrated #metadata from #internetserviceproviders and #socialmedia platforms can be plugged into #bigdata #analytics... psychographic targeting of #criticalinfrastructure executives with elevated privileges. Why is no one talking about this?"-James Scott,Senior Fellow, ICIT, CCIOS and CSWS
#Exfiltrated #metadat #internetserviceproviders #socialmedia #bigdata #analytics #psychographic #criticalinfrastructure

Flickr 5/3/2018 1:43:05 AM

Bell Media - Ottawa

Obert Madondo posted a photo:

Bell Media - Ottawa

Bell Media building on 87 George Street in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Bell Media is one of Canada’s “big three” telecom companies.

Flickr 9/30/2017 12:32:26 AM

Cable Provider Deals

internetserviceinmyarea posted a video:

Cable Provider Deals

CableProviderDeals.com is the fast and easy resource for finding the best deals on cable, telecommunications, and satellite services around the nation.

Flickr 8/23/2017 3:59:12 AM

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 is Net Neutrality Day - are you ready to rumble?

geekslop posted a photo:

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 is Net Neutrality Day - are you ready to rumble?

.Net Neutrality, the principle that Internet operations should be free of government and big business control, is the fundamental precursor to free speech. On July 12, websites, Internet users, and hackers across the country will sound the alarm about the federal government’s newly invigorated attack on net neutrality.


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Flickr 7/11/2017 3:18:48 AM

Choose the Top Internet Service provider

iwdro1 posted a photo:

Choose the Top Internet Service provider

There are many companies available to choose from when trying to find the right internet service providers in your area. IWDRO is quite popular when it comes to broadband service.

Flickr 10/22/2015 7:24:25 AM

Internet phone service provider - Telx Telecom

jacee.kaylen posted a photo:

Internet phone service provider - Telx Telecom

When you need a trusted internet phone service provider for your IP Phone, Need a proven company to handle your Managed Services? CALL TELX TELECOM. Based in Miami, Telx Telecom is the answer for 1,000 businesses in the U.S. and we continue to grow. For more information about IP Phone service provider visit on www.telxtelecom.com/company/

Flickr 12/4/2013 12:39:20 PM

24 Hours Blackout

Kombizz posted a photo:

24 Hours Blackout

Two bills before Congress, known as the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate and the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House, would censor the Web and impose harmful regulations on American business. Millions of Internet users and entrepreneurs already oppose SOPA and PIPA.
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is a law (bill) of the United States proposed in 2011 to fight online trafficking in copyrighted intellectual property and counterfeit goods. Proposals include barring advertising networks and payment facilities from conducting business with allegedly infringing websites, barring search engines from linking to the sites, and requiring Internet service providers (ISP) to block access to the sites. The bill would criminalize the streaming of such content, with a maximum penalty of five (5) years in prison.
User-content websites such as YouTube would be greatly affected, and concern has been expressed that they may be shut down if the bill becomes law. Opponents state the legislation would enable law enforcement to remove an entire domain due to something posted on a single blog, arguing that an entire online community could be punished for the actions of a tiny minority. In a 1998 law, copyright owners are required to request the site to remove the infringing material within a certain amount of time. SOPA would bypass this "safe harbor" provision by placing the responsibility for detecting and policing infringement onto the site itself.
Lobbyists for companies that rely heavily on revenue from intellectual property copyright state it protects the market and corresponding industry, jobs, and revenue. The US president and legislators suggest it may kill innovation. Representatives of the American Library Association state the changes could encourage criminal prosecution of libraries. Other opponents state that requiring search engines to delete a domain name begins a worldwide arms race of unprecedented censorship of the Web and violates the First Amendment.
A number of protest actions were organized, including petition drives and boycotts of companies that support the legislation. On January 18, English Wikipedia and several other internet companies coordinated a service blackout to protest SOPA and PIPA


End Piracy, Not Liberty
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_Online_Piracy_Act

Flickr 1/19/2012 3:34:38 PM

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