For those looking for a home security system with cameras that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, look no further than the eufyCam E. This wireless security system features an IP65 weatherproof-rated camera that can run for a full 365 days on a single charge, and up to three years in Standby Mode. It records in 1080p too and lets you watch live footage using an app on your phone. With the single add-on camera priced at $180, this isn't exactly an inexpensive system to get into, but today's deal is the most affordable entry point to it in history. Plus, there are regular deals on the add-on cams if you keep your eyes peeled. … [Read more...] about Smarter home security is more affordable with the EufyCam E system now $150 off via Newegg
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7. The VPN market has been consolidating lately, primarily driven by PC Mag's owner, J2Global, leaving only three major independent brands out there. Do you see this trend continuing? Do you expect big security players (Bitdefender, Avast) to be more aggressive in the VPN market?We do see that as the level of service we provide is getting higher, growing speeds, access and location are improving and scale is important. So the large independent players such as ourselves have the advantage. We are a privacy-first company, we have seen the big security players trying to enter the market but find it hard to compete. We are always three steps ahead of them as we come from the privacy space and this is our core. … [Read more...] about Private internet owner mulling plans for privacy suite in 2020
"We believe it is in the best interest of Netflix to be a good internet citizen and join the internet industry to address routing security issues. A secure routing framework is essential to maintaining the ongoing health and stability of the global Internet, and MANRS provides the resources to develop, foster, and promote this framework." … [Read more...] about Content Delivery Networks and clouds join MANRS internet security effort
More criticism has come in the form of comments made by the Copyright Alliance, an organization that represents the rights of those in creative industries including authors and artists. CEO Keith Kupferschmid noted that creators are among the hardest hit at present, and while projects have been set up to help those in these industries, the executive said IA's project is making "things much worse for those that need our help." … [Read more...] about Copyright Alliance blasts Internet Archive’s Emergency Library launch as “vile”
Back in the before times, when a larger percentage of the human race roamed the Earth, i.e., several weeks ago, Comcast customers had to deal with something called a "data cap." Cable users who consumed more than a terabyte of Comcast-branded Internet data in a single month had to pay an extra $10 for each additional, precious block of 50GB, or $50 more each month for unlimited data. Now, with a pandemic sweeping the United States and more people spending each day at home than ever, consumer-broadband usage is way up. But instead of raking in as many overage fees as it can, Comcast decided to upgrade everyone to unlimited data for no extra charge, for two months beginning March 13—and its network has no problem handling it. … [Read more...] about Comcast waiving data caps hasn’t hurt its network—why not make it permanent?