Where you really stand to save a bunch is on monthly fees. Unlike a lot of smart camera systems, there are no monthly fees to worry about to use the Eufy cameras and the EufySecurity app, though you do have the option of purchasing cloud storage to save recordings. Alternatively, a 16GB microSD card is included with today's purchase which can store up to a year of recordings on its own. Eufy also includes a magnetic indoor mount and secure outdoor mount with the one-cam kit. … [Read more...] about Smarter home security is more affordable with the EufyCam E system now $150 off via Newegg
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We've also highlighted the best free privacy software1. Your company decided to adopt the Private Internet name, why is that?As part of the recent partnership with Private Internet Access, we decided together with Private Internet's management that this name reflects perfectly the way we see the combined company's vision moving forward. Private Internet is positioned to lead the movement for a private and secure online experience for all. The internet as we now know it is a place where data is harvested and identities do not belong to the users but are traded by privileged few. Private Internet changes that. The new name also reflects the fact that we will now be offering four new privacy products to our product suite. … [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
As of March 24, the Internet Archive suspended waitlists for over 1.4 million books in the lending library part of the archive, in which users are able to borrow books without joining the queue and waiting for items to be "returned." The program will run until June 30, or the time the US national emergency status has been revoked, whichever is later. … [Read more...] about Copyright Alliance blasts Internet Archive’s Emergency Library launch as “vile”
We asked Comcast today if it still plans to re-implement home-Internet data caps after 60 days and whether it's considering extending the current arrangement or waiving the caps permanently. A Comcast spokesperson confirmed to us that the current plan is for the data-cap waiver to last until May 13 but said it's too early to comment on what the company will do after that. In this article, we'll talk about why Comcast enforces a data cap, about some of the data-cap-related problems that harm customers even in normal times, and about how the ongoing pandemic shows that Comcast could make the data cap go away without ruining its Internet service. … [Read more...] about Comcast waiving data caps hasn’t hurt its network—why not make it permanent?