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Links 1 through 4 of 4 by Simon Phipps tagged ISP

I've never trusted the Verisign-style pay-to-prove hierarchical approach to internet security and the fact this box is so freely available settles it. This box means you can't even trust https to protect you on the web.

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This is a very important finding indeed. VoIP applications are information services and thus not subject to the access cgarges that telecoms services have to pay in the US. Could have far reaching repercussions if upheld and repeated in other areas, even the demise of the telco industry as we know it.

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Some good new on internet rights from Australia for a change. This case establishes that common-carrier status does indeed apply to Australian ISPs. Hopefully this starts setting a precedent that will push back on thre-strikes regulations.

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Not that I think it was done intentionally. Rather, the careless use of great power by Microsoft (who, having outsourced the Windows Update, presumably didn't feel it was their problem any more) and Akamai (who presumably made the content non-cachable for great reasons nothing to do with preventing other organizations disintermediating them) resulted in collateral damage to ordinary people.

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