Carrying The Heart, Leaving Prejudices: MyLife4Kids Humanitarian Travel Expedition to West Africa

Photographer and travel writer Saša Pjanić, last year's winner of the Marco Polo award for the best Croatian travel story, is getting ready for a trip to Africa. He won't be doing work only with a pen and a camera. There's long-distance driving, digging up the car out of the sand, loading and unloading the … … Read more

The FCC Just Killed Net Neutrality. Now What?

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to dismantle its net neutrality regulations. But that won’t end the fight over rules that prohibit internet service providers from creating fast lanes for some content, while blocking or throttling others. Most immediately, the activity will move to the courts, where the advocacy group Free Press, and probably others, … Read more

Space Is Not a Void

Space Is Not a Void Published on December 14, 2017 at 07:20PM An anonymous reader shares an article: When President Kennedy announced the Apollo Program, he famously argued that we should go to the moon because it is hard. Solving the technical challenges of space travel is a kind of civilizational achievement on its own, … Read more

The Trump Administration Just Voted To Repeal the US Government’s Net Neutrality Rules

The Trump Administration Just Voted To Repeal the US Government’s Net Neutrality Rules Published on December 14, 2017 at 07:50PM The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to dismantle landmark rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet, granting broadband companies power to potentially reshape Americans’ online experiences. The agency scrapped so-called net … Read more

Fortinet VPN Client Exposes VPN Creds; Palo Alto Firewalls Allow Remote Attacks

Fortinet VPN Client Exposes VPN Creds; Palo Alto Firewalls Allow Remote Attacks Published on December 14, 2017 at 08:30PM An anonymous reader shares a report: It’s been a bad week for two of the world’s biggest vendors of enterprise hardware and software — Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks. The worst of the bunch is a … Read more

FCC votes to end net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to repeal net neutrality rules that guaranteed a free and open internet. Today’s vote sees the FCC roll back rules put into place during Barack Obama’s presidency. Under the Obama-era regulations, a Title II common carrier classification was placed on ISPs, making it illegal to throttle, block or … Read more

Nintendo is really excited about the Switch’s detachable gamepads

“[A] really exciting hardware feature of the Nintendo Switch is the fact that you can separate the controllers,” Koizumi says. “This makes lots of new forms of play possible, and we’re currently researching a lot of different and interesting ideas. We’ve also seen many amazing and great ideas from our third-party development partners, as well … Read more

Ajit Pai is so cocky over net neutrality he’s dressing as Santa to take the p*ss. This is the day. This is the hour. This is the idiot deciding via /r/technology

Ajit Pai is so cocky over net neutrality he’s dressing as Santa to take the p*ss. This is the day. This is the hour. This is the idiot deciding http://ift.tt/2yt9rxa Submitted December 14, 2017 at 02:31PM by DeadGuru via reddit http://ift.tt/2o5GCqH