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    April 13 - It’s "National Get a VPN Day" in Australia

    Australia's mandatory data retention scheme comes into effect today, with Internet Service Providers (ISP) expected to retain and store their customers' Internet usage metadata. In response, privacy advocate group Digital Rights Watch has declared this event National Get a VPN Day, vowing to...
  2. Cyberghost

    Viewing pirated films online not an offence: Bombay HC

    MUMBAI: The Bombay high court has said it is inaccurate to suggest that merely viewing an illicit copy of a film is a punishable offence under the Copyright Act.+ "The offence is not in viewing, but in making a prejudicial distribution, a public exhibition or letting for sale or hire without...
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    ISP's with unlimited plans in Mumbai, Chembur Area

    Hi Presently I am on MTNL which is getting worse by the day. It works but with low speeds. Even youtube at 360p sometimes buffers and there is automatic disconnection for 5 minutes twice or thrice a day (hurts when you are working). I am looking out for some good ISP's for broadband in...
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    ISP's with unlimited plans in Mumbai, Chembur Area

    Hi Presently I am on MTNL which is getting worse by the day. It works but with low speeds. Even youtube at 360p sometimes buffers and there is automatic disconnection for 5 minutes twice or thrice a day (hurts when you are working). I am looking out for some good ISP's for broadband in...
  5. paroh

    Uploaded.net blocked again by BSNL and Airtel

    http://www.medianama.com/2014/02/223-uploaded-net-blocked-again/ File hosting and sharing website uploaded.net has been blocked again by several ISPs yet again, affecting business users that depend on the service to share latest build of its software with partners. Update: The website...
  6. sygeek

    What's the difference between reliance broadband and other ISPs? Is it worth it to switch from BSNL?

    I've heard that reliance broadband is a little different in comparison to other ISPs. Do you get a shared connection or something? Their tariffs are amazing, 2Mbps unlimited at 799 is crazy good. Is there any catch to it? I've been wanting to switch to it from BSNL because of the speed and...
  7. patkim

    gen query on wifi security by ISPs

    Hi friends...I was wondering what type of security is be implemented by ISP's providing WiFi internet. When I run inSSIDer on my laptop I find some SSIDs listed (By their name they appear as ISP names) eg. SSID name is set as <ISP name>-<area> and the network security is OPN (Open) however you...
  8. anon232

    Issue with TP-Link WR841n fiirmware upgrade

    I have a unique problem that has happened with two TP-Link WR841N routers. Whenever i've upgraded the firmware,the router takes around 2 minutes to detect my ISP's connection via the WAN port. I've tried downgrading the firmware but to no avail. Is there some problem with the firmwares of...
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    Govt goes after porn, makes ISPs ban sites

    Govt goes after porn, makes ISPs ban sites - The Times of India Tor + Obfsproxy is the way forward.
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    Help choosing an ISP

    I've been using BSNL for many years. It has been good for browsing. Speed is satisfactory according to the plan, however it sucks sometimes. It has always been horrible for online gaming - awful pings. Lately it has been torturing a lot. I don't have many cable-net ISPs in my city. A few which...
  11. theserpent

    ISP's in mangalore

    Hey there can anyone please tell the isps avail in mangalore other than Airtel,Bsnl and Ask Reliance sadly doesn't provide wiredinternet here :(
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    Wireless With modem and without modem?

    Currently i am going to opt for a new broadband connection. here I have a confusion between with modem and without modem. I dont want to know the technical difference between them, I did google on them, and dint understand anything :???:. Just want to know what is the necessity of the modem and...
  13. ssdivisiongermany1933

    SC rejects plea against Centre, ISPs for blocking entire websites

    The Supreme Court has refused to hear a plea challenging the move of the Centre and the Internet Service Providers (ISPs), over their decision to block websites in order to prevent piracy of commercial content. In his petition to the SC, petitioner Jiten Kumar Jain alleged that the decision to...
  14. Desmond

    FUP-free ISPs.

    These are dark times, where every ISP screws us over by limiting blazing fast bandwidth to stone age speeds on downloading a fixed limited amount of data. Such FUP, are a capitalistic ploy of companies to save bandwidth, consequently distributing limited bandwidth to the consumers. This...
  15. paroh

    Indian ISPs Unblock BitTorrent Sites After Appeal

    http://torrentfreak.com/indian-isps-unblock-bittorrent-sites-after-appeal-120620/
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    IPv6 Google

    IPv6 ? Google its from google's homepage I want to which ISPs in India provide IPv6 ?
  17. sygeek

    Big Content, ISPs nearing agreement on piracy crackdown system

    Big Content, ISPs nearing agreement on piracy crackdown system This is something we should be glad for we live in India. As a whole this may come out as another negative point concerning the problems here, but when particularly pointed out, we really should be glad.
  18. amitava82

    TRAI plans to prevent WiFi abuse

    Ctrl+C :O (speechless). May be govt should ban the Internet or computer may be? How about you TRAI guys take care of your own security first? Looks like someone already hacked your own damn web site. Don't blame me btw.
  19. naveen_reloaded

    Dark Side of P4P - Uncovered

    P4P is touted as the new and improved P2P. The technology has the potential to lower bandwidth costs for ISPs and speed up downloads for P4P enabled filesharing clients. There is a dark site to this new technology though. The strong anti-piracy connections are fuel for conspiracy theorists, and...
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    Indian ISPs among the BitTorrent Throttling ISPs

    Source - http://torrentfreak.com//images/vuze-plug-in-results.pdf All the major Indian ISPs - BSNL, VSNL, Reliance, Airtel are in that list. I've myself experienced it in my Airtel connection. When i easily get 30-31kbps in my 256kbps connection for http downloads I get only 20-24kbps on a well...
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