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In Vilnius trolley is available for free to access the Internet

In Vilnius trolley is available for free to access the Internet15 In one of the Vilnius trolley routes leading into the campus "Sauletyake" Free Wi-Fi mobile internet.

According to the authors of the project – capital enterprise "Vilnyaus troleybusay" and TV Center – a free wireless connection in Vilnius trolley, for sure, will attract the attention of students, since they, along with pensioners, are the main public transport passengers in the capital of Lithuania. The project, which started in Vilnius at the end of September and will run until December 7, passengers will demonstrate the possibility of wireless zones in the vehicle: the Internet in this area can be joined with the help of computers and mobile phones, if they have an adapter WiFi. This technology is the fourth generation of mobile communication allows you to transfer huge amounts of data.

Anonymous hacked the site of the largest Internet Registry

Anonymous hacked the site of the largest Internet RegistryThe world's largest Internet registrar GoDaddy on September 10 broke one of the members of the hacker group Anonymous. This was reported on twitter Anonymous.

About cyber attack became known after Anonymous tweeted a message appears participant group Anonymous Own3r. He argues that the responsibility for hacking the site lies on him. He said the cyber attack was carried out by him personally, and not the entire group Anonymous.

As explained by Anonymous Own3r in his tweet, he hacked into the site because I wanted to see how the system works site protection against cyber attacks, as well as "for reasons which can not be said now."

A quarter of Europeans have never used the internet

A quarter of Europeans have never used the internet24 percent of people in the European Union have never in my life did not have access to the Internet. In 2006, their share was 46 percent. This was reported in the press release of Eurostat.

Countries in which most people never goes online to become Romania, Bulgaria and Greece (54, 46 and 45 percent, respectively). In Sweden, by contrast, have never used the internet for only 5 percent of the adult population. It is followed by Denmark and the Netherlands with 7 percent.

The study authors suggest that by 2015 the number of people who never had access to the network to drop the EU average of 15 percent.

Belarus can go without the Internet

Belarus can go without the InternetAfter the Christmas holidays Belarusians will be fined for viewing the "wrong" from the point of view of the state, websites, and avoiding the use of the national segment of the virtual space. Experts argue that this amounts to a ban on the use of the Internet.

Amendments to the Code of Administrative Offences, which oblige Belarusians use only those sites that are registered in the national segment of the Internet, will come into force on 6 January 2012. A fine of 40 to 125 dollars in the equivalent threatens those who would try to offer their products and services by placing the information on nebelorusskih sites. In the $ 125 cost a desire to see what is written at the level of the state prohibited sites. The same number of paid Internet service providers, if you do not shut off such sites. If the access points will not be established control over its visitors (subscriber identification devices and users, storing information about them and visited sites), they will have to pay a fine of 20 to 60 dollars equivalent. Monitor the implementation of the new requirements mandated KGB, the Interior Ministry, the SCC and the tax authorities.

Freedom House: Freedom of the Internet is reduced

Freedom House: Freedom of the Internet is reducedThe human rights organization Freedom House notes the increasing pressure on freedom of expression on the Internet in the world.

Freedom House released a new report on the freedom of the Internet. According to the findings of the organization, the state of online freedom deteriorated in 2011 in Azerbaijan, Libya, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Rwanda and Sri Lanka.

"New laws restrict freedom of speech in the world: in 19 of the 47 countries considered new laws passed in January 2011, or limit online freedom, violate the privacy of Internet users, or provide for the punishment of those who are objectionable or inappropriate content publishing. Bloggers and ordinary users of the Internet are increasingly faced with the pressure and the risk of arrest for political speech in the network. in 26 of 47 countries, including several democratic states, at least one blogger was arrested for publishing the content or text messaging "- the document says.