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FCC Chief Calls California Net Neutrality Law Illegal

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai claims California's tough pending net neutrality law is, itself, illegal, and a California state senator has slammed Pai and the Trump administration in return. Several states have passed laws enshrining the principle that all Internet traffic...

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Verizon Digital Content Boss May Be On Way Out

Tim Armstrong, who led AOL when it was purchased by Verizon, and shepherded the telecom's acquisition of Yahoo, may be on the way out as the company's online content chief. According to the Wall Street Journal: Mr. Armstrong, who came to Verizon in 2015 when it...

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California Passes Tough Net Neutrality Law

California legislators have joined the parade of states passing net neutrality laws since the FCC abandoned federal rules requiring internet service providers to treat all internet traffic equally. The California bill passed by legislators and awaiting Gov. Jerry...

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Patrick Zarrelli on Why Charity is So Important To Him

The dictionary definition of the word charity is the voluntary giving of help, typically in monetary form, to those that are in need. Patrick Zarrelli, the CEO of The Print Killer Media Network and Dependable Website Management has a heavy heart when it comes to...

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Search Engine Optimization Makes A Big Difference

If you want your business to succeed online, you need to know a little bit about search engine optimization. That's because search engine optimization is a crucial part of getting your business noticed by the people who can make it a success—your customers. Here are...

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Patrick Zarrelli Dishes on Web Development

The South Florida Chronicle caught up with CEO Patrick Zarrelli to talk about a host of subjects. At one point the topic turned to web development and to his company Dependable Website Management. Dependable Website Management is the company that runs the Print Killer...

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Google Catches Flack Over China, Location Data

Search and advertising giant Google faced criticism last week over secretive efforts to reenter China and an erroneous description of how its "Location History" works. Efforts by the company's brass to possibly offer a censored search product in China have sparked...

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Baidu CEO To Google: Bring It On, Bro!

Baidu CEO Robin Lee says his company whipped up on Google in China once, and it can do it again. Lee, responding to reports that Google was considering a return to China, says his company has better technology for its home country, and will make short work of the...

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USACBDSHOP.com Selling the Best in Hemp Oil & CBD Products

Assuming that you weren't born yesterday, you have probably have heard of CBD Oil aka Hemp Oil also known by its scientific name, Cannabidiol. If you have heard of CBD, then you are more than likely aware of the very positive health benefits that come along with CBD...

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Google Boosts Internet In Nigeria With Free Wifi

Search and advertising giant Google is boosting its user base in Africa by building more internet accessibility. Africa's most populous nation, Nigeria, will get 200 Google Station wifi hotspots across five cities in Nigeria within one year. According to CNN: The fast...

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Best For Less: All Junk Removal & Dumpster Rental Service

There are times when dealing with your home and property, that you are going to need a reliable company to come and take care of your large junk and trash removal. Whether it is a huge pile of junk from remodeling your home, or a broken washer/dryer, Best for Less in...

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Latest Google Flap Illustrates Business Model Issues

Google has become indispensable for many users, not just as the dominant search engine, but also for such free products as Google Docs and GMail. But there are dangers inherent in relying on Alphabet's largest subsidiary for organizing your online life and business,...

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California Passes Tough New Data Law

A new California law opposed by Silicon Valley tech giants could have a major impact on how companies treat consumer data. According to the Wall Street Journal: The law, which was rushed through the legislature this week and signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday,...

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Improve Search Engine Optimization With These Tips

We all know search engine optimization is a big part of attracting an audience. But knowing you need to do something well and knowing how to do it well are two different things. The principles of search engine optimization, though, are well worth learning. Properly...

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What Can Lego Teach About Custom Content Creation? Plenty

Few companies on earth are as innovative or effective as Lego when it comes to custom content creation. The toy giant is unique in many ways, of course, but there are certainly lessons we can all take from Lego if we're involved in custom content creation. Here are a...

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Google Faces More Trouble In Europe

The European Union is expected to hammer Google with a second big antitrust fine, raising questions among some about whether these are the first steps in the regulatory break up of the search and advertising giant. Google also faces lawsuits over Internet privacy and...

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Senate Weighs In On Side Of Net Neutrality

The Senate last week took a stand against the FCC and in favor of net neutrality last week. The Republican-controlled Senate approved a resolution to nullify the commission's vote to end the rule that required Internet service providers to treat traffic equally. The...

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Kick These Bad Search Engine Optimization Habits

We all have habits we need to change and that may be especially true in the ever-evolving discipline of search engine optimization. That's why it's a good idea to take some time every now and then and review your approach and make sure you haven't fallen into the kind...

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