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  1. Internet Download Accelerator 5.19.0 Internet Download Accelerator lets you to noticeably increase the speed of file download from the Internet using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols. The acceleration is achieved by splitting a file being downloaded into several parts and downloading these parts at the same time. Internet Download Accelerator resumes broken downloads from where they left off from both HTTP, HTTPS and FTP servers. To increase usability Internet Download Accelerator integrates with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Mozilla, Opera, Nescape and others, replacing the standard download modules. Moreover, the program monitors the system clipboard and detects URLs in the clipboard. With IDA you can download and save video from popular video sharing services: YouTube, Google Video, Metacafe and others. The program also contains: FTP Explorersite manager for password and download folders managementschedulerdownload speed control, automatic mode for the most comfortable browsing on the Webdial for dial-up connectionsearch for files, programs, games, and musicIDA Bar - a toolbar for Internet ExplorerNew en version: Possibility to save clips downloaded from YouTube as mp3 (in the Add download window choose "mp3" in the Desired quality menu);Smart Pause mode offers new ways to start downloads automatically;Improved integration with free video-converter Convertilla;Added ability to stop all downloads except those which do not support resume;Added ability to download clips from YouTube with minimal resolution 240p;YouTube downloads can be resumed for an unlimited time after start;Search for new downloads added to the toolbar;Improved plug-in management;Added support for the 4th and 5th mouse buttons in the embedded browser;Improved integration/disintegration into Internet Explorer, Opera, Chrome, Firefox, Safari;Improved download over HTTPS;Improved automatic detection of new file versions availability, Autoupdate folder;The descript.ion is updated when the download file name changes;Improved automatic IDA update;Fixed bugs in IDA Portable;Fixed bug with incorrect selection handling while changing categories;Fixed bug with renaming YouTube downloads;Other minor bugs fixed.Homepage: http://www.westbyte.com/ida/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Keygen Size: 6,23 Mb.
  2. http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/1A15NTN8/MICROSOFT.INTERNET.EXPLORER.11.SPRING.2014.UPDATE.FOR.WINDOWS.7.X86-64-WZT.rar_links How can you enable it?Enterprise mode can be enabled using 2 Group Policies (in a corporate environment system admins would do this for their employees). Hit Windows + R and type ‘gpedit.msc’ in the Run window. In the Group policy editor, browse to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer, there you’ll find, among others, these 2 policies: “Let users turn on and use Enterprise Mode” and “Use the Enterprise Mode IE website list”
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    Becky! Internet Mail 2.65.07

    Becky! Internet Mail 2.65.07 Becky! Internet Mail is the software specifically designed for the Internet e-mail. Since its birth in 1996, we kept improving its functionalities listening to the users' feedback. And it has become one of the most successful shareware e-mail products. Now, we totally renewed the program as Becky! Ver.2. Our main aim for ver.2 is developing more stable, fast, and feature rich program without losing its most important virtue - Ease of use. Features You can create multiple mailboxes, of course. Moreover, you can create multiple "profiles" for each mailbox. This feature is especially useful if you use laptop computer. You can switch between several different settings, like "LAN" and dialup, for the same mailbox.New protocols are supported -- IMAP4rev1 for e-mail and LDAP for the address book.Fast! You can manage thousands of e-mail at your fingertip.You can write HTML e-mail with Becky!. If you have Microsoft Internet Explorer ver5 or higher installed, Becky! is a complete HTML enabled e-mail client.Flexible template capability. You can prepare standardized e-mail format for business and personal e-mail. You can also create HTML template, of course.With unique "Reminder" capability, you will receive e-mail from "you" on scheduled date. You can even schedule sending e-mail messages to someone else. You don't have to remember your friends' birthdays -- Becky! does. :-)Powerful "Filtering Manager" -- You can sort messages into folders according to the filtering rules. You can define unlimited and/or conditions for one filtering rule."Mailing Lists Manager" helps you to organize multiple mailing list subscriptions. You don't have to search past e-mail just to find how to unsubscribe the list."Plug-In" Interface enables third parties to create useful plug-ins to customize Becky! for your particular needs. Actually, Becky!'s voice message and PGP functionality are the plug-ins.etc. Of course, Ver.2 inherits Ver.1's numerous convenient features.Website: http://www.rimarts.jp OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Keygen Size: 3,91 Mb.
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    Becky! Internet Mail 2.65.06

    Becky! Internet Mail 2.65.06 Becky! Internet Mail is the software specifically designed for the Internet e-mail. Since its birth in 1996, we kept improving its functionalities listening to the users' feedback. And it has become one of the most successful shareware e-mail products. Now, we totally renewed the program as Becky! Ver.2. Our main aim for ver.2 is developing more stable, fast, and feature rich program without losing its most important virtue - Ease of use. Features You can create multiple mailboxes, of course. Moreover, you can create multiple "profiles" for each mailbox. This feature is especially useful if you use laptop computer. You can switch between several different settings, like "LAN" and dialup, for the same mailbox.New protocols are supported -- IMAP4rev1 for e-mail and LDAP for the address book.Fast! You can manage thousands of e-mail at your fingertip.You can write HTML e-mail with Becky!. If you have Microsoft Internet Explorer ver5 or higher installed, Becky! is a complete HTML enabled e-mail client.Flexible template capability. You can prepare standardized e-mail format for business and personal e-mail. You can also create HTML template, of course.With unique "Reminder" capability, you will receive e-mail from "you" on scheduled date. You can even schedule sending e-mail messages to someone else. You don't have to remember your friends' birthdays -- Becky! does. :-)Powerful "Filtering Manager" -- You can sort messages into folders according to the filtering rules. You can define unlimited and/or conditions for one filtering rule."Mailing Lists Manager" helps you to organize multiple mailing list subscriptions. You don't have to search past e-mail just to find how to unsubscribe the list."Plug-In" Interface enables third parties to create useful plug-ins to customize Becky! for your particular needs. Actually, Becky!'s voice message and PGP functionality are the plug-ins.etc. Of course, Ver.2 inherits Ver.1's numerous convenient features.Website: http://www.rimarts.jp OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng Medicine: Keygen Size: 3,90Mb.
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    MyLanViewer 4.17.2 + Portable

    MyLanViewer 4.17.2 + Portable MyLanViewer Network/IP Scanner is a powerful Netbios and LAN/Network IP address scanner for Windows, whois and traceroute tool, remote shutdown and Wake On LAN (WOL) manager, wireless network scanner and monitor. This application will help you find all IP addresses, MAC addresses and shared folders of computers on your wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) network. The program scans network and displays your network computers in an easy to read, buddy-list style window that provides the computer name, IP address, MAC address, NIC vendor, OS version, logged users, shared folders and other technical details for each computer. MyLanViewer Network/IP Scanner supports remote shutdown, wake-on-lan, lock workstation, log off, sleep, hibernate, reboot and power off. It is able to monitor IP address and show notifications when the states of some computers change. MyLanViewer Network/IP Scanner can also view and access shared folders, terminate user sessions, disable shared folders, show netstat information and detect rogue DHCP servers. The software can monitor all devices (even hidden) on your subnet, and show notifications when the new devices will be found (for example, to know who is connected to your WiFi router or wireless network). The program easy to install and use, and has a user-friendly and beautiful interface. Website: http://www.mylanviewer.com Year: 2013 OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Eng / Rus Medicine: Crack Size: 4,48 / 5,17 Mb.
  6. cFosSpeed 9.05 Build 2100 Beta :showoff: ;) Homepage Changelog x Hopefully fixed a crash in speedsrv.dll. Thanks to Ben Yee Hua.x Our firewall wasn't adapted to IPv6. Fixed. Thanks to Ben Yee Hua.Download from homepage
  7. By Chris Mooney Feb. 14 2014 1:23 PM Narcissistic, Machiavellian, psychopathic, and sadistic. n the past few years, the science of Internet trollology has made some strides. Last year, for instance, we learned that by hurling insults and inciting discord in online comment sections, so-called Internet trolls (who are frequently anonymous) have a polarizing effect on audiences, leading to politicization, rather than deeper understanding of scientific topics. That’s bad, but it’s nothing compared with what a new psychology paper has to say about the personalities of trolls themselves. The research, conducted by Erin Buckels of the University of Manitoba and two colleagues, sought to directly investigate whether people who engage in trolling are characterized by personality traits that fall in the so-called Dark Tetrad: Machiavellianism (willingness to manipulate and deceive others), narcissism (egotism and self-obsession), psychopathy (the lack of remorse and empathy), and sadism (pleasure in the suffering of others). It is hard to underplay the results: The study found correlations, sometimes quite significant, between these traits and trolling behavior. What’s more, it also found a relationship between all Dark Tetrad traits (except for narcissism) and the overall time that an individual spent, per day, commenting on the Internet. In the study, trolls were identified in a variety of ways. One was by simply asking survey participants what they “enjoyed doing most” when on online comment sites, offering five options: “debating issues that are important to you,” “chatting with others,” “making new friends,” “trolling others,” and “other.” Here’s how different responses about these Internet commenting preferences matched up with responses to questions designed to identify Dark Tetrad traits: To be sure, only 5.6 percent of survey respondents actually specified that they enjoyed “trolling.” By contrast, 41.3 percent of Internet users were “non-commenters,” meaning they didn’t like engaging online at all. So trolls are, as has often been suspected, a minority of online commenters, and an even smaller minority of overall Internet users. The researchers conducted multiple studies, using samples from Amazon’s Mechanical Turk but also of college students, to try to understand why the act of trolling seems to attract this type of personality. They even constructed their own survey instrument, which they dubbed the Global Assessment of Internet Trolling, or GAIT, containing the following items: I have sent people to shock websites for the lulz. I like to troll people in forums or the comments section of websites. I enjoy griefing other players in multiplayer games. The more beautiful and pure a thing is, the more satisfying it is to corrupt. Yes, some people actually say they agree with such statements. And again, doing so was correlated with sadism in its various forms, with psychopathy, and with Machiavellianism. Overall, the authors found that the relationship between sadism and trolling was the strongest, and that indeed, sadists appear to troll because they find it pleasurable. “Both trolls and sadists feel sadistic glee at the distress of others,” they wrote. “Sadists just want to have fun ... and the Internet is their playground!” The study comes as websites, particularly at major media outlets, are increasingly weighing steps to rein in trollish behavior. Last year Popular Science did away with its comments sections completely, citing research on the deleterious effects of trolling, and YouTube also took measures to rein in trolling. But study author Buckels actually isn’t sure that fix is a realistic one. “Because the behaviors are intrinsically motivating for sadists, comment moderators will likely have a difficult time curbing trolling with punishments (e.g., banning users),” she said by email. “Ultimately, the allure of trolling may be too strong for sadists, who presumably have limited opportunities to express their sadistic interests in a socially-desirable manner.” http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/climate_desk/2014/02/internet_troll_personality_study_machiavellianism_narcissism_psychopathy.html Chris Mooney is the author of The Republican War on Science and, with Sheril Kirshenbaum, Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future.
  8. File: RadioSurePortable_2.2.1042_Multilingual.paf.exe Format: PortableApps.com Stealth: Yes Dependencies: None Compatibility: Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and newer. CRC32: 4A013E3A Size: 5.47 MB (5,744,397 bytes) Languages: Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Occitan, Polish, Portuguese, PortugueseBR, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, SimpChinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Taiwan, Thai, TradChinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese. Synopsis: there are other Internet radio players.. but being a freeware enthusiast.. i've been a long time user of RadioSure. Im familiar with how it works.. and it's capabilities. At one time.. this is freeware. But since version 2.2.. it's become payware. I prefer RadioSure over others due to the light footprint and small size. CHANGELOG (Revision 1) - major - Thanks to WRonce for providing a valid serial! CHANGELOG (Revision 2) - minor - updated Activation.txt to reflect valid serial more accurately. Download: http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/5322413/file.html Mirror: http://rghost.net/51059943 Note: Read "Help.html" before usage.if someone out there has skill with Enigma licensing schemes.. please take a look at this app. It hasnt' been properly crk'd since it's release.Note: If a new version is released and there isn't a valid serial leaked.You can use the trial key posted on RadioSure's website, and this portable will lock the trial in an endless trial mode :)
  9. Blumentals Software Surfblocker 5.0 With Surfblocker you can easily restrict internet access at specified times or on demand. You can allow and block websites and limit which programs and features have access to the internet. For example, you can allow only e-mail and and work or study related websites. You can also simply password protect internet connection or set it to be automatically disabled after a specified amount of time. Of course, you can also block harmful and hazardous content automatically. Features Website: http://www.surfblocker.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Patch Size: 12,27 Mb.
  10. By Grant Gross Feb 11, 2014 1:32 PM The European Union will push for diminished U.S. influence on Internet governance because of “loss of confidence” in the current U.S.-centric model, according to a news report. The European Commission, the executive arm of the E.U., is set Wednesday to propose a series of steps to globalize Internet governance functions, reported The Wall Street Journal, citing an E.U. draft policy paper. The proposal is sparked by revelations of mass U.S. surveillance activities online, the newspaper said. "Large-scale surveillance and intelligence activities have ... led to a loss of confidence in the Internet and its present governance arrangements,” the Journal quotes the policy paper as saying. ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), with headquarters in California, currently oversees Internet governance issues, including the assignment of top-level domains. The U.S. government and ICANN have a long-standing operating agreement, but in recent years, many countries have questioned the arrangement. The European policy paper seems to reject a U.N. takeover of Internet governance functions, by rejecting calls for a new international legal regime. The paper calls for a multistakeholder process that ICANN trumpets as its current model. An ICANN spokesman didn’t have an immediate comment on the proposal, while an E.U. spokeswoman wasn’t immediately available for comment. "The Internet should remain a single, open, free, unfragmented network of networks, subject to the same laws and norms that apply in other areas of our day-to-day lives,” the E.U. document said, according to the Journal. “Its governance should be based on an inclusive, transparent and accountable multistakeholder model.” ICANN President and CEO Fadi Chehade, since taking over the organization in mid-2012, has concentrated on giving ICANN a more international focus, and he’s opened offices in Turkey, Singapore, Beijing and Geneva. Governments including Russia, China and Brazil have called for more international governance of the Internet in recent years. Since last year’s revelations about broad U.S. National Security Agency surveillance programs, Brazil has proposed to wall off its Internet traffic from U.S. networks. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2096880/report-eu-to-push-to-reduce-us-role-in-internet-governance.html
  11. By Liat Clark,Feb 7 2014, 3:08am AEST The greatest danger is the emergence of a balkanized Internet. Twenty-five years after the Web's inception, its creator has urged the public to reengage with its original design: a decentralized Internet that remains open to all. Speaking with Wired editor David Rowan at an event launching the magazine's March issue, Tim Berners-Lee said that although part of this is about keeping an eye on for-profit Internet monopolies such as search engines and social networks, the greatest danger is the emergence of a balkanized Web. "I want a Web that's open, works internationally, works as well as possible, and is not nation-based," Berners-Lee told the audience, which included Martha Lane Fox, Jake Davis (aka Topiary) and Lily Cole. He suggested one example to the contrary: "What I don't want is a Web where the Brazilian government has every social network's data stored on servers on Brazilian soil. That would make it so difficult to set one up." It's the role of governments, startups, and journalists to keep that conversation at the fore, he added, because the pace of change is not slowing—it's going faster than ever before. For his part, Berners-Lee drives the issue through his work at the Open Data Institute, World Wide Web Consortium, and World Wide Web Foundation, but also as an MIT professor whose students are "building new architectures for the Web where it's decentralized." On the issue of monopolies, Berners-Lee did say that it's concerning to be "reliant on big companies and one big server," something that stalls innovation, but that competition has historically resolved these issues and will continue to do so. The kind of balkanized Web he spoke about, as typified by Brazil's home-soil servers argument or Iran's emerging intranet, is partially being driven by revelations of NSA and GCHQ mass surveillance. The distrust that it has brewed, from a political level right down to the threat of self-censorship among ordinary citizens, threatens an open Web and is, said Berners-Lee, a greater threat than censorship. Knowing the NSA may be breaking commercial encryption services could result in the emergence of more networks like China's Great Firewall, to "protect" citizens. This is why we need a bit of anti-establishment pushback, alluded to by Berners-Lee. He reiterated the need to protect whistleblowers like Edward Snowden that leak information only in extreme circumstances "because they have this role in society." But more than this, he noted the need for hackers. "It's a really important culture. It's important to have the geek community as a whole think about its responsibility and what it can do. We need various alternative voices pushing back on conventional government sometimes." In the midst of so much political and social disruption, the man who changed the course of communication, education, activism, and so much more remains dedicated to fighting for a Web founded in freedom and openness. But when asked what he would have done differently, the answer was easy. "I would have got rid of the 'slash slash' after the colon. You don't really need it. It just seemed like a good idea at the time." http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/02/tim-berners-lee-we-need-to-re-decentralize-the-web
  12. February 5, 2014 5:44 pm EST Countries where the Internet is most controlled and speaking your mind on it can get you in serious trouble with the government, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists: 1. North Korea. All websites are under government control. About 4% of the population has Internet access. 2. Burma. Authorities filter e-mails and block access to sites of groups that expose human rights violations or disagree with the government. 3. Cuba. Internet available only at government controlled "access points." Activity online is monitored through IP blocking, keyword filtering and browsing history checking. Only pro-government users may upload content. 4. Saudi Arabia. Around 400,000 sites have been blocked, including any that discuss political, social or religious topics incompatible with the Islamic beliefs of the monarchy. 5. Iran. Bloggers must register at the Ministry of Art and Culture. Those that express opposition to the mullahs who run the country are harassed and jailed. 6. China. China has the most rigid censorship program in the world. The government filters searches, block sites and erases "inconvenient" content, rerouting search terms on Taiwan independence or the Tiananmen Square massacre to items favorable to the Communist Party. 7. Syria. Bloggers who "jeopardize national unity" are arrested. Cybercafes must ask all customers for identification, record time of use and report the information to authorities. 8. Tunisia. Tunisian Internet service providers must report to the government the IP addresses and personal information of all bloggers. All traffic goes through a central network. The government filters all content uploaded and monitors e-mails. 9. Vietnam. The Communist Party requires Yahoo, Google and Microsoft to divulge data on all bloggers who use their platforms. It blocks websites critical of the government, as well as those that advocate for democracy, human rights and religious freedom. 10. Turkmenistan. The only Internet service provider is the government. It blocks access to many sites and monitors all e-mail accounts in Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/02/05/top-ten-internet-censors/5222385
  13. By Austin McIntire 2 hours ago While Internet Explorer is often treated as the red-headed step child of web browsers, there is one area in which Microsoft's browser has traditionally reigned supreme, battery life. Microsoft's own research has demonstrated IE's power efficiency, and recent test results from the website 7tutorials have once again proved that IE enables user to eke out the maximum amount of battery life from their Windows laptops and tablets. This particular test relied on the Peacekeeper battery test and was performed across a variety of devices including a Toshiba Encore 8" tablet, a Surface Pro 2, and an older HP Pavilion laptop. Each round of testing compared the performance of the latest versions of Internet Explorer (touch and desktop), Firefox, Chrome, and Opera web browsers. On the Toshiba Encore, the touch version of IE trounced the competition with a run time of 8 hours and 52 minutes, compared to 7:45 for the desktop version of IE. The other three browsers produced similar results with approximately 6 hours of battery life. The battery test on the Surface Pro 2, however, produced some rather odd results. The touch version of IE exhibited a battery run time that was an hour less than the desktop version of IE, an inversion of the results from the previous test. It even performed worse than the Firefox and Opera web browsers. These results are especially confusing given that both the Encore and Surface tablets run full (non-RT) versions of Windows 8. It appears that there are still some Surface Pro 2 firmware issues that remain to be addressed. http://www.neowin.net/news/internet-explorer-still-provides-the-best-laptop-and-tablet-battery-life
  14. 27 January 2014 Last updated at 13:10 GMT The BBC's Gordon Corera explains how agencies spy in the digital world The internet was designed to be free and open. Eight months after Edward Snowden's first leaks of classified information, is that still the case? The technology pioneers who designed the net's original protocols saw their creation as a way to share information freely across a network of networks. Yet Edward Snowden's leaks of classified documents from the US National Security Agency have revealed that American spies - and their British counterparts at GCHQ - now use that very same internet to sweep up vast amounts of data from the digital trail we leave every day. It isn't simply that they mine social media updates and the information we already give to companies. The NSA and GCHQ have allegedly tapped into the internet's structure. An ever-growing network Much like the universe in the aftermath of the Big Bang, the internet is expanding. From humble beginnings as a project within the US Department of Defense, the net has grown with each technological advance. This growth has required an ever-expanding physical infrastructure of routers, cables, data centres and other hardware. Between 1994 and 2013 they multiplied many times over. Internet backbone The giants of the net are companies and organisations that provide the so-called internet backbone, transferring data around the net over high capacity fibre optic cables. This map, made using data from Peer 1's Map of the Internet, shows the relative connectedness of organisations online. The biggest blobs - those with the most connections - are the backbone firms, dwarfing the likes of Google and Amazon. How data is transferred Almost everything we do online passes through a backbone company. If, for example, a student living in London sends an email to a friend in Brazil, the message will hop around the network and will often travel through a backbone firm like Level 3 Communications in the USA, which describes itself as "network provider for much of the world's communications infrastructure". So if the cables of firms like Level 3 were intercepted, the security agencies would have access to a huge amount of the world's internet traffic. In November 2013, the New York Times reported that the NSA may have accessed Google and Yahoo via Level 3's cables. In statement, the firm told the BBC: "We comply with applicable laws in each of the countries where we operate. In many instances, laws forbid us from revealing any details relating to our compliance, and make it a crime for us to discuss any required access to data. "Some media sources have incorrectly speculated that we have agreements with governments where we voluntarily provide access to network data even when we are not compelled to do so. That is incorrect. Customer privacy is paramount to our business. We do not allow unauthorised access to our network by any entity and will continue to operate our network to protect and secure our customers' data, while adhering to the laws that apply to Level 3 as well as all other telecommunications providers." Tapping cables Land-based cables are not the only physical access points for intercepting data. Snowden documents published in the Guardian last June indicate that the US and Britain's spy programmes aimed at "mastering the internet" include tapping the undersea cables through which data - and phone calls - flow. The documents claim GCHQ was able to monitor up to 600 million communications every day. The information describing internet and phone use was allegedly stored for up to 30 days in order for it to be sifted and analysed. GCHQ declined to comment on the claims but said its compliance with the law was "scrupulous". http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-25832341
  15. By Zach Epstein on Jan 20, 2014 at 11:26 AM The rabbit hole that is the Internet goes much deeper than most people know. In fact, the World Wide Web as we know it represents just 4% of networked web pages the remaining 96% of pages make up what many refer to as the Invisible Internet, Invisible Web or Deep Web. This massive subsection of the Internet is 500 times bigger than the visible Web and is not indexed by search engines like Google. Finding sites on this invisible network of webpages isnt easy as a result, so its often home to nefarious services like Silk Road. Theres plenty more to the Deep Web than that, however, and an infographic posted recently by WhoIsHostingThis the same group that recently taught us how to disappear online does a good job of detailing the basics, including how to access this mysterious network of hidden sites with a special Web browser like Tor. The full infographic follows below. http://bgr.com/2014/01/20/how-to-access-tor-silk-road-deep-web
  16. BEIJING Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:36am EST (Reuters) - Chinese Internet users are now required to register their real names to upload videos to Chinese online video sites, an official body said, as the Communist Party tightens its control of the Internet and media to suppress anti-government sentiment. The new rule has been implemented to "prevent vulgar content, base art forms, exaggerated violence and sexual content in Internet video having a negative effect on society," China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) said on its website on Monday. Online video sites are often a lodestone for comment and critique on social issues in China, with users uploading videos documenting corruption, injustice and abuse carried out by government officials and authorities. Online video sites are extremely popular in China, with 428 million users. Those allowing user uploads include sites operated by Youku Tudou Inc and Renren Inc. Neither Youku Tudou nor Renren were available for immediate comment. Last year the Communist Party began a heavy-handed campaign to control online discourse, threatening legal action against people whose perceived rumors on microblogs such as Sina Weibo are reposted more than 500 times or seen by more than 5,000 people. Rights groups and dissidents criticized the latest crackdown as another tool for the ruling Communist Party to limit criticism of it and to further control freedom of expression. China has attempted to implement similar real-name registration rules, including when buying SIM cards for mobile phones and signing up for Tencent's WeChat mobile messaging app and microblogs. However these have proven difficult to implement and easy to avoid for China's tech-savvy Internet population. China's Internet regulation system is mired in bureaucracy and overseen by a number of government agencies, including SARFT, the State Council and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which can lead to conflicts of interest between these bodies. (Reporting by Paul Carsten; Editing by Michael Perry) http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/21/us-china-internet-idUSBREA0K04T20140121
  17. By Zach Epstein on Jan 20, 2014 at 12:20 PM It’s easy to forget how far the Internet has come considering how plugged in we all are today thanks to laptops, smartphones and other connected devices, but we found a fantastic video that will no doubt serve as an eye-opening and hilarious reminder. ”Imagine, if you will, sitting down to your morning coffee, turning on your home computer to see the day’s newspaper,” begins this report from KRON in San Francisco. “Well, it’s not as far-fetched as it may seem.” The report, filed by KRON’s Steve Newman back in 1981, details the birth of Internet news as it chronicles an experiment being conducted by the San Francisco Examiner where editors programmed a copy of each day’s paper into a computer and made it available via the Internet. To connect to the Web and access the S.F. Examiner’s paper, by the way, a reader had to place the receiver of his or her telephone on a dock and then manually dial into a service provider’s network. “This is only the first step in newspapers by computers,” Newman said in the report. ”Engineers now predict the day will come when we get all our newspapers and magazines by home computer, but that’s a few years off.” Psh, it’ll never happen. The video made the rounds five or so years ago, but a recent email from a reader refreshed our memory and it’s too good to not share. It’s an absolute gem and it’s embedded below. Do yourself a favor and watch it right now. It’s easy to forget how far the Internet has come considering how plugged in we all are today thanks to laptops, smartphones and other connected devices, but we found a fantastic video that will no doubt serve as an eye-opening and hilarious reminder. ”Imagine, if you will, sitting down to your morning coffee, turning on your home computer to see the day’s newspaper,” begins this report from KRON in San Francisco. “Well, it’s not as far-fetched as it may seem.” The report, filed by KRON’s Steve Newman back in 1981, details the birth of Internet news as it chronicles an experiment being conducted by the San Francisco Examiner where editors programmed a copy of each day’s paper into a computer and made it available via the Internet. To connect to the Web and access the S.F. Examiner’s paper, by the way, a reader had to place the receiver of his or her telephone on a dock and then manually dial into a service provider’s network. “This is only the first step in newspapers by computers,” Newman said in the report. ”Engineers now predict the day will come when we get all our newspapers and magazines by home computer, but that’s a few years off.” Psh, it’ll never happen. The video made the rounds five or so years ago, but a recent email from a reader refreshed our memory and it’s too good to not share. It’s an absolute gem and it’s embedded below. Do yourself a favor and watch it right now. http://bgr.com/2014/01/20/internet-history-video-tv-report
  18. By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:12pm EST Visitors to the Supreme Court are pictured in the rain in Washington, October 7, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Jason Reed (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court said on Monday it would not take on an Internet technology patent case that pitted a company accused of aggressively enforcing weak patents against another with an equally tough reputation for fighting patent infringement claims. The closely watched case involved the online shopping site Newegg Inc, which specializes in computer products, and software company Soverain Software LLC, which had accused Newegg of infringing three patents known as the "shopping cart patents," which describe a way to buy products online and pay for them. Chicago-based Soverain had filed similar lawsuits against a long list of companies, including J. Crew Group, Macy's Inc and Williams-Sonoma. Against Newegg, Soverain won in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas but lost at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which ruled that the three online shopping patents were invalid because they were obvious. In its filing to the Supreme Court, Newegg argued that the Federal Circuit decision should be upheld. "Petitioner's notorious 'shopping cart' patent merely applies the common sense concept of a shopping cart to the Internet," Newegg said. Newegg's chief legal officer, Lee Cheng, applauded the decision. "The witch is dead, hurray," he said. "We are very, very pleased that the Supreme Court has recognized ... these patents should never have been granted in the first place. What we have showed in the Soverain case is the fighting back works." Soverain President Katharine Wolanyk said, "We're obviously disappointed that the court denied our petition," said Wolanyk. "It's a really tough time to be a patent owner." There are a variety of bills before Congress aimed at reining in what many tech companies complain is frivolous patent litigation. Patrick Leahy, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has sponsored legislation aimed at targeting patent assertion entities (PAEs) - companies often known derisively as "patent trolls" - which buy or license patents and then extract licensing fees or file infringement lawsuits seen as frivolous. The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill in December that would encourage judges to award fees to the winner of an infringement lawsuit if the judge deems the lawsuit unfounded. The White House urged Congress last June to take steps to curb abusive patent lawsuits that have sprung up in recent years, especially in the technology sector. The case is Soverain Software LLC v. Newegg Inc., 13-477, U.S. Supreme Court. (Reporting by Diane Bartz; Editing by Ros Krasny and Jonathan Oatis) http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/us-scotus-newegg-soverain-idUSBREA0C13Q20140113 Cooment: Supreme Court worked hard today, but all are important cases :)
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  20. This story was published: 6 hours ago January 07, 2014 2:57AM A study has found no evidence of time travel like that in Back to the Future starring Christopher Lloyd (as Dr. Emmett Brown) and Michael J. Fox (as Marty McFly). Source: Supplied A US study has trawled the internet for time travellers looking for evidence of anyone mentioning future events before they happened. The study's author, Robert Nemiroff, a physicist at Michigan Technological University, scoured Twitter, Facebook, Google Google+ and Bing for any mention of Pope Francis or the comet ISON between the early 2000s to mid-2013. Their searching, the largest study of its kind to date, came up short suggesting there is no such thing as time travel, according to Popular Science. Mr Nemiroff said he and his colleague Teresa Wilson found Twitter to be the most useful service; Google turned up too many false-positives, and Facebook allows user to backdate posts, confusing the search effort. The scientists presented their study at a scientific meeting overnight and have submitted it to several journals. Mr Nemiroff said he came up with the idea for the research during a poker game with students. It isn't the first time people have tried to prove the existence of time travel. In 2012 physicist Stephen Hawking held a party for time travellers but sadly nobody came. http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/robert-nemiroff-a-physicist-at-michigan-technological-university-trawls-internet-in-search-of-time-travel-by/story-fn5fsgyc-1226796201070
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  25. NASA’s Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration (LLCD) has made history using a pulsed laser beam to transmit data over the 239,000 miles between the moon and Earth at a record-breaking download rate of 622 megabits per second (Mbps). LLCD is NASA’s first system for two-way communication using a laser instead of radio waves. It also has demonstrated an error-free data upload rate of 20 Mbps transmitted from the primary ground station in New Mexico to the spacecraft currently orbiting the moon. “LLCD is the first step on our roadmap toward building the next generation of space communication capability,” said Badri Younes, NASA’s deputy associate administrator for space communications and navigation (SCaN) in Washington. “We are encouraged by the results of the demonstration to this point, and we are confident we are on the right path to introduce this new capability into operational service soon.” Since NASA first ventured into space, it has relied on radio frequency (RF) communication. However, RF is reaching its limit as demand for more data capacity continues to increase. The development and deployment of laser communications will enable NASA to extend communication capabilities such as increased image resolution and 3-D video transmission from deep space. “The goal of LLCD is to validate and build confidence in this technology so that future missions will consider using it,” said Don Cornwell, LLCD manager at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. “This unique ability developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lincoln Laboratory has incredible application possibilities.” LLCD is a short-duration experiment and the precursor to NASA’s long-duration demonstration, the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD). LCRD is a part of the agency’s Technology Demonstration Missions Program, which is working to develop crosscutting technology capable of operating in the rigors of space. It is scheduled to launch in 2017. LLCD is hosted aboard NASA’s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE), launched in September from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Va. LADEE is a 100-day robotic mission operated by the agency’s Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif. LADEE’s mission is to provide data that will help NASA determine whether dust caused the mysterious glow astronauts observed on the lunar horizon during several Apollo missions. It also will explore the moon’s atmosphere. Ames designed, developed, built, integrated and tested LADEE, and manages overall operations of the spacecraft. NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington funds the LADEE mission. The LLCD system, flight terminal and primary ground terminal at NASA’s White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N.M., were developed by the Lincoln Laboratory at MIT. The Table Mountain Optical Communications Technology Laboratory operated by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., is participating in the demonstration. A third ground station operated by the European Space Agency on Tenerife in the Canary Islands also will be participating in the demonstration. Original Article
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