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Comcast offers $10 Internet for low-income families

A new program from cable, telephone, and Internet provider Comcast will provide discounted web access, a low-cost computer, and free Internet training for qualifying low-income families in the US. The service is called Internet Essentials and is expected to help…

Most ISPs deliver advertised speeds, FCC study claims

Most major U.S. Internet service providers deliver at least 82% of their advertised speeds, FCC Chairman, Julius Genachowski, revealed at Best Buy in Washington D.C. This is a major improvement over a similar study from just two years ago which…

More broadband caps in the US, AT&T starts today

At one point unlimited bandwidth was almost regarded a universal right in the United States and many other developed nations, but the growing demand for on-demand video and peer-to-peer traffic has left ISPs scrambling for ways to avoid excessive burdens…

Swedish Pirate Party announces log-free broadband ISP

The Swedish Pirate Party is reportedly launching a log-free broadband Internet service that offers customers the luxury of anonymous browsing all while funding the group's anti-copyright efforts. With the help of ViaEuropa (the company behind the iPredator VPN), the "Pirate…