Posts Tagged “data”

Don’t Let Your Online Polls Become Fake News

Posted on December 12th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

In this age of fake news and widespread cynicism, it’s perhaps unsurprising that online polls and market research discussions aren’t always trusted. In fact, there’s good reason for viewing them with suspicion. Automated scripts are being used to distort the results of polls around the world, including a recent debate about the future of net…

What is VPN, And In This New Internet Era, Do We Need It More Than Ever?

Posted on November 24th, 2017 by Guest Blogger

In this era of media disruption, nothing has infiltrated the status quo with more alarming effect than the rise of streaming. Streaming is a landing point after the millennium jumpstarted with the advent of illegal file sharing. Services like Napster and Limewire allowed for thousands upon thousands of downloads per minute, as long as your…

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