Obama Asks FCC to classify Internet as Public Utility

Today President Barak Obama publicly called on the FCC to take the strongest measures possible in protecting net neutrality.

Obama's plan calls on the FCC to reclassify broadband services under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, essentially classifying Internet connections as a basic utility like water or electricity. Doing so would prevent Internet service providers from deciding how customers' connections are used.

Advocates have called on the U.S. government and others to implement laws preventing ISPs from creating a so-called "tiered" Internet.

Obama Asks FCC to classify Internet as Public Utility - Net Neutrality

Heartbleed Bug has Experts in a panic

Do you trust your online banking? Most of us have grown to accept that there is a level of internet security we can trust.


UPDATE: See related article about arrested Canadian teenage Heartbleed hacker.

Heartbleed bug may put your data at risk. Contact TechnoMinds to test your computer.

Online Privacy

Online Privacy is critical. Block ad tracking and keep your web browsing private and secure

Did you know that every time you go online with your computer, iPhone or iPad, you are being watched and followed? Your online privacy is important and it should be protected.

As seen recently on 60 Minutes, internet tracking or also known as data collection is one of the biggest problems on the internet today. Yet, it is also one of the most well hidden. The average person does not know who or how many companies are following their every move on the internet. They would be shocked by how much of their personal data is being collected and sold, without your knowledge or consent. Just visiting a website should not be consent.

Don't be fooled, this has nothing to do with spyware or viruses.  We will teach you, your employees and your children about online privacy. We will show you how to block requests for data about your web-browsing and in-app activity from the biggest mobile tracking services. We will help you stop the personal data from leaving your device.


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