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U.K. to fast track data surveillance law
Toronto Star
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to rush through fresh measures to give police and spy agencies the power to scoop up mobile phone and Internet data. The fast-track bill follows a European Court of Justice ruling in April that said forcing data companies to keep records of phone calls, texts and Internet usage violated the right to privacy and the right to protection of personal data.
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Google rates internet service providers' video streaming quality
CBC News
Google is rating internet service providers' video streaming quality on a new website, the latest development in the fight between broadband providers and content companies over who is to blame for slow streaming speeds. A link to the website appears when videos on Google's streaming service, YouTube, are slow to buffer. The website quietly launched in May, but recently drew growing publicity.
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Web design principles in wearable technology
Business 2 Community
Do you know that by 2020 we will be living in a world of 50 billion web connected devices? Yes, you heard it right! The market of wearable technology is set to be worth an estimated $60 billion. Wearable technology is redefining our relationship with the world around us. With each developing devices, the technology is reinventing the way we connect with each other, the way we communicate and share daily activities across any time zone or distance.
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Improve your website's search rankings in 6 steps
The Globe and Mail
While Google's and other major search engine's algorithms change anywhere from 500 to 600 times a year, the strategies of basic on-page search engine optimization (SEO) have remained fairly consistent. Ensuring that your own page's content is fully optimized is big step towards improving your site's search rankings and increasing your brand's web authority.

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How free will the internet be in 2025?
Guelph Mercury
A who's who of computer experts say government control, consumer distrust and corporate greed threaten the future of the internet as we know it. In a recent report, the Pew Research Center distilled the concerns of more than 1,400 computer experts, internet visionaries and researchers canvassed earlier this year. They were asked whether people will be more or less able to freely share information online in the year 2025.

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Social media 'influences TV viewing'
Tech Digest
In news that will surprise nobody, a study by internet TV service YouView has found that people's television viewing habits are increasingly being influenced by social media. The online survey of 2,000 people found that about one in seven TV viewers in the U.K. get TV recommendations directly from Facebook and Twitter. The survey also revealed that many people use social media to talk about the show they are watching.

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Intel aims to close Internet gender gap
Web IT
Intel SA has launched an initiative to improve Internet access for local women, with the company introducing its "She Will Connect" program, which will partner with other organizations in a bid to boost e-skills. The program is part of the company's global effort to reduce the Internet gender gap by using a combination of digital literacy training, online peer networks, and gender-relevant content in a bid to bring millions of women online.
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What countries will shape the future of the Internet?
The Epoch Times
In the future, who will govern the Internet? The answer to that question could also shed light on one of the biggest foreign policy questions of the decade: As power is shifting among states and diffusing, what is the future of the world order? That first question was in the spotlight in 2012, right around the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai.
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World Cup: Social media reaction to Germany's win over Argentina
Los Angeles Times
It took more than 120 minutes and a goal in extra time, but Germany emerged as the World Cup champion with a 1-0 win over Argentina. Once the game ended, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro was illuminated in German colors, and Twitter was abuzz with responses to the tournament's final game.
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Why you should market your business online
Business 2 Community
If you are not already marketing your business online, it is time to start doing so. Although there are a few exceptions, just about every business can benefit from online marketing. There are so many advantages to this type of marketing. First of all, marketing your business online is extremely affordable.
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Will the Internet remain an open platform or become a commodity?
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The freedom to communicate and to share has entered a new era. The power promised by this freedom, by the Internet, is immense, so much so that it frightens entrenched institutions. Governments, militaries, corporations, banks: They all stand to lose the control they exert over society when information they suppress runs free. Yet some of the most ardent advocates for the free Internet have become targets of these very institutions, forced to live on the run, in exile or, in some cases, in prison.
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