Tag Archives: 4th of July

Libya: We’re Back. Iran: We’re Not

By | August 31, 2011

In its latest quarterly report Opera looks a how quickly Libyans have gone back online with their mobile devices after six months in the dark. The graphic pretty much sums it up: Talking of Internet blocking, Opera noticed that Iran continues to mess with Internet access for its citizens: While we can speculate on government intervention or an… Read More »

News: The Spam Top Ten

By | July 9, 2003

  From the We Already Knew That But It’s Still Interesting Dept,  FrontBridge Technologies Inc, which calls itself “a trusted provider of email protection and secure messaging services” (as opposed, presumably, to those Distrusted Providers of Email Protection, or the Somewhat Trusted Except When They’ve Had A Beer Or Two Providers of Email Protection) have, after evaluating hundreds of… Read More »