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    IPv6 capable VPS providers in South Africa

    I just asked six different South African VPS providers if they could give me a server with an IPv6 address. All six said "no", they only do IPv4. Now I'm wondering if I have somehow teleported back to pre-2012... :( I'm sure some of the enterprise, private cloud-type providers can do this. But...
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    Test your broadband speed, rate your ISP, win great prizes worth R5,000

    ISP: Atomic Access over Octotel Ping: 4ms Download: 11.54Mbps ** Upload: 5.78Mbps ** pay for 10/5
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    Ask RSAWEB anything about the Cloud - Win great prizes

    A search of RSAWEB's web site for "ipv6" returns five blog posts, the most recent of which dates from 2011. Similarly, a quick check of RIPEstat suggests RSAWEB does not announce any IPv6 address blocks. This leads me to assume that you're not currently making native IPv6 available within your...
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    How Vumacam’s CCTV system works

    The European data protection regulators have found a number of distinctions between the "home user" scenario and commercial ones such as Vumacam. One of the more important ones is that the home user is primarily installing the camera for their personal benefit, and primarily concerned with a...
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    How Vumacam’s CCTV system works

    ... because the attackers were able to predict their movements as a result of the cameras tracking them.
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    How Vumacam’s CCTV system works

    I suspect that is the letter of the law once POPIA comes into force, albeit with SAPS being a placeholder for all law enforcement, including metro police, etc. One compromise might be that they become completely open and transparent about all aspects of what they're doing, including the nature...
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    How Vumacam’s CCTV system works

    There is a massive difference between taking a photograph in public and routine camera surveillance that records personal information. Just as there is a difference between routine safety monitoring in the public interest, and a private company monetising your personal information for profit...
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    How Vumacam’s CCTV system works

    It isn't clear to me how a camera system owned by a private company and run for profit on a public road can ever be "POPI compliant" or what that even means. Let's start by being clear that camera footage is personal information. There's plenty of precedent for this: anything the camera records...
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    The Galaxy S4 took giant leaps in making your life better with tech. You could travel the world easily and without language barriers thanks to S Translate. Gestures, Voice, and Motion Control gave you that futuristic feel that everyone wants from a smartphone. ^ my first Galaxy phone
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    Test your mobile speed and win prizes worth R5,000

    Vodacom Wynberg Down: 30.4Mbps Up: 0.64Mbps
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    Octotel trenching in Wynberg, Cape Town timeframes

    Vuma are going door-to-door asking for contact details and leaving flyers (still trying to work out what "pakcages" are). However this appeared today at the intersection of Piers & Mortimer: And yet on the other side of the same intersection, there's a pink Vuma flyer lying on the road and...
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    Octotel trenching in Wynberg, Cape Town timeframes

    I was trying to work out the significance of this whilst walking past just now. On the library side of Maynardville there are two, maybe three different colours of sleeving going into the trenches. There are two different shades of blue and a pinky-purple colour. Those cross over Piers road and...
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