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Tag Archives: Internet

More Websites are Now Switching to HTTPS

More Websites are Now Switching to HTTPS

A new milestone in internet history was reached in February, as half of the internet traffic is now encrypted using HTTPS. This is according to a recent report by Mozilla, the developers of the Firefox web browser, which shows that the average volume of unencrypted web traffic is lower than... Read More »

Australia’s Metadata Retention Scheme

Australia’s Metadata Retention Scheme

It is recently reported that Australia has found a way to legally monitor its citizens’ internet and mobile phone usage with their new metadata laws that will come into effect in 2017. The law allows law enforcement and security officials to monitor communications on most internet sites and mobile phones.... Read More »

Internet Fraud: How It Works

Internet Fraud: How It Works

Internet fraud is a matter of increasing concern for both civilians and law-enforcement agencies as it is not only difficult to track hackers, but also challenging to identify Internet frauds. The best option, therefore, is to avoid these frauds by changing over to a virtual private network or VPN. The... Read More »

What Happens If You Are Caught Illegally Downloading

What Happens If You Are Caught Illegally Downloading

The movie, Dallas Buyers Club, has brought to the fore the downsides of downloading illegal content over the Internet, at least for Australian Internet users, without using a VPN. The court has ordered ISPs to give the identities of thousands of customers who allegedly download and shared the movie illegally.... Read More »

“Dallas Buyers Club” Pursue Australian Pirates

“Dallas Buyers Club” Pursue Australian Pirates

When the Dallas Buyers Club LLC decided to pursue Australian pirates, there was so much at stake. Finally, the federal court of Australia made a ruling in their favor. The court ordered a group of Internet service providers to hand over names and addresses of 4,726 subscribers. These subscribers used... Read More »