Ban on Internet access taxes got passed by the Congress

Internet access taxes ban

Congress has voted to make perpetual a government law that keeps states or regions from burdened Internet access.

On tech issues, the factional separation isn’t so wide. Yet nothing happened.

The US Senate acknowledged the measure as a major aspect of a bigger exchange charge, which passed today on a 75-20 vote. Subsequent to the House has as of now passed a comparable measure, the bill now heads to President Barack Obama for his mark. Continue reading “Ban on Internet access taxes got passed by the Congress”

World Internet Conference and the Presence of Xi Jinping from China

Xi Jinping China Censorship

Xi Jinping from China will be attending the second World Internet Conference, despite the heavy censorship applied by Chinese Government.

When it comes to online freedom, China cannot take pride in being among the first countries in ranking. Actually, the opposite is true about the Chinese Government. To be more specific, they have ranked last at the recent survey regarding online freedom and this does not come as a surprise. Continue reading “World Internet Conference and the Presence of Xi Jinping from China”