The FCC has proposed privacy rules for ISPs to reduce the ability of firms, such as Comcast and Verizon, to share data about users' online activities with advertisers without their permission.
Project Fi, the mobile phone service by Google that relies on Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity, is now available to everyone. That is, of course, assuming you're in the U.S. and have a Nexus 6, 6P, or 5X phone.
Under a settlement announced today with the FCC, Verizon Wireless must pay a fine of $1.35 million and adopt a three-year plan for using so-called "supercookies" only with customer consent.
Team collaboration platform Slack already offers support for voice calls through integration with other services like Skype, but it is now rolling out Calls, its own real-time calling feature in beta.
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