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What Is an ISP?

An ISP, which stands for Internet Service Provider, is a company that provides its subscribers with access to the internet in exchange for a monthly or yearly subscription fee. An ISP can provide different types of internet access. It could be something as basic as a dial-up service to faster...

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History of Online Dating

In 1700, barely a decade after the invention of the modern newspaper, the first matrimonial service was created. These services ran ads on behalf of single men and women who were desperate to find a good husband or wife. At the time, being single past 21 carried with it a deep stigma and turning...

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What Is a DSL Filter?

A DSL filter is a small device used attached in-line in order to help filter out and clean any kind of line interference to any kind of regular phone equipment. This device, which is also known as a micro-filter, is used when the DSL service shares the same line as the telephone. A DSL filter may...

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How to Download & Watch Free Movies & Video Online

Even as little as seven years ago, trying to obtain video on the Internet, much less watching a movie, was a complete nightmare. With much of the Internet still on dialup, it could take hours to download even a three minute music video, days for a feature-length film. Furthermore, the video-watching...

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Internet Streaming 101: How to Watch Live Tv Online

How to watch live TV online using internet streaming.

 

The 14 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits Filed by the RIAA and the MPAA

The 14 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits Filed by the RIAA and the MPAA

Nine years ago the RIAA won a groundbreaking suit against Napster.com in what would become the beginning of a nearly decade-long flood of litigation. The incident seemed to be a tipping point for the Entertainment Industry, as both the RIAA and MPAA up until then had enjoyed little success in...

DMCA Takedown 101

DMCA Takedown 101

The Digital Millennium Copyright ACT (DMCA) is one of the best-known and most-controversial pieces of legislation passed in recent years. It has had a greater impact on the Web than virtually any other piece of legislation and is largely responsible for much of the Web we see today. One of the...

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How Does the Internet Work?

The Internet is an international network that uses particular data transfer processes and online protocols to create a standard communication highway. The Internet would not be possible without powerful telephone lines such as T3 lines which have the capacity to transfer data at high speeds (an...

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What Is Kbps?

Kbps is a measurement of the speed at which information is transferred or processed and stands for kilobits per second. The binary system is a crucial element in computerdata architecture. This system, which employs ones and zeros, are strung together into srings that comprise of eight bits that...

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What Is Online Therapy?

Online therapy refers to the practice of receiving counseling over the Internet. In a sense, online therapy does not differ much from the activity of receiving counseling over the phone, which has been practiced by countless people throughout the years. Traditionally, counseling or therapy sessions...