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Wi-Fi In Your City
Faced with lack of government support, some resourceful residents of Havana, Cuba created SNet - a city Wi-Fi network that's probably the largest such network in the world that doesn't connect to the Internet.
The term net neutrality refers generally to controversies over regulation of Internet networks - specifically, the policies of Internet service providers for controlling access to network services. Some providers may prefer to regulate the flow of traffic through their networks for business reasons, while free economy advocates suggest that traffic controls are unnecessary... .
Anyone who relies on personal mobile devices like smartphones or tablets sooner or later faces issues with data usage on the online network services they subscribe to. Online services normally restrict the total amount of data traffic each subscriber can generate on the network during a given time period. This data usage can quickly grow out of control if not properly managed.
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