Articles about Internet Service Providers
09 Sep 2019
Soon, Firefox will encrypt domain name requests by default
Mozilla Firefox browser is getting a major privacy-focused feature by the end of this month - DNS over HTTPS or DoH.
09 Jan 2019
#PornBan: Users access blocked websites through simple back-door tricks
In the past six months, the Department of Telecom has issued notification to block numerous websites.
14 Dec 2018
India ranks third on Pornhub traffic, 30% of them women
If one thinks banning pornography content or websites in India will drive the libido away from the citizens, one cannot be more wrong.
25 Oct 2018
Block 827 porn websites: Centre tells Internet Service Providers
In compliance with an order of Uttarakhand High Court, the Centre has asked Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block 827 porn websites, PTI reports.
12 Oct 2018
#GlobalInternetShutdown: You might not have internet access for next 48hrs
A global internet shutdown is imminent over the next 48 hours as key domain servers will undergo routine maintenance.
20 Feb 2018
India records slowest 4G LTE speed in the world
According to a report by UK-based wireless coverage mapping company OpenSignal, India has recorded the slowest 4G LTE speed in the world at an average speed of 6.13 Mbps.
08 Jan 2018
Internet Association joins battle to protect net neutrality
Internet Association, the lobbying group that represents Amazon, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Twitter and several other technology companies, is joining the legal battle against the US government to protect net neutrality.
21 Nov 2017
Google's "Internet Saathis" bring 11.5 million rural Indian women online
Over 1,100 women in Uttar Pradesh's Khaula village can now access the Internet, learn new skills, and watch YouTube videos thanks to "Internet Saathi" program run by Google and Tata Trusts.
08 Nov 2017
Airtel broadband customers can now carry forward data upto 1,000GB
After postpaid users, Airtel has now brought its 'carry forward data' scheme to its broadband customers: you will now be able to take over any remaining data from this month to the next.