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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    Making the Internet a public utility

    Making the Internet a public utility US communications regulators were expected to vote Thursday for rules that would categorize the Internet as a public utility
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    Telkom ordered to stop retrenchments

    Telkom ordered to stop retrenchments Telkom’s planned retrenchment of 105 workers was halted by the Johannesburg Labour Court on Wednesday
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    SA Post Office to review operating model

    SA Post Office to review operating model The SA Post Office will review its business operating models, according to the 2015/16 budget documents tabled in Parliament
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    Government pours more money into Eskom

    Government pours more money into Eskom In addition to a R23 billion lifeline to Eskom, government may also convert its subordinated loan to the embattled electricity supplier to equity
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    SA spies can’t keep their own secrets safe

    SA spies can’t keep their own secrets safe Flaws and security lapses within South Africa’s government and intelligence services have left secrets exposed to foreign spies at every level
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    Mossad spies threatened cyber attack on SA

    Mossad spies threatened cyber attack on SA Former “Mossad spies” threatened a cyber attack on South Africa demanding an end to the Boycott Israel campaign
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    Modern Family episode shot on iPhone

    Modern Family episode shot on iPhone The digital medium offered a fresh, clever way of storytelling – with jokes and plot twists not possible with the documentary-style approach that “Modern Family” typically uses
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    R34 million reward for hacker

    R34 million reward for hacker The U.S. government has announced a $3 million reward for information leading to the arrest of a man American authorities call one of the world’s most prolific cyber hackers
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    Austrians get bionic hands after amputation

    Austrians get bionic hands after amputation Three Austrians have replaced injured hands with bionic ones that they can control using nerves and muscles transplanted into their arms from their legs
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    iPhone emojis gets racially diverse

    iPhone emojis gets racially diverse Lovers of emoji, the cute graphics that punctuate online writing and texts, will soon be able to pick from different skin tones
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Google, Reddit to ban nude photos and video

    Google, Reddit to ban nude photos and video Reddit and Google are taking a tougher stance against nudity to prevent their services from turning into online peep shows
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    Signal jamming probe tabled

    Signal jamming probe tabled A motion for a full parliamentary probe into the role of security services in the removal of EFF MPs from Parliament on February 12, and the jamming of the cellphone signal, was tabled in the National Assembly
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    CIA asked South Africa to help it spy

    CIA asked South Africa to help it spy The United States’ CIA was desperate to make contact with Hamas in Gaza and asked South Africa for help, Al-Jazeera reported on its website on Tuesday
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    MWEB’s free Wi-Fi network keeps on growing

    MWEB’s free Wi-Fi network keeps on growing The MWEB-Fon Wi-Fi network has grown rapidly in the last year, now boasting 35,000 hotspots
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    Parliament happy with Post Office “progress”

    Parliament happy with Post Office “progress” Parliament’s communications portfolio committee on Tuesday said it was satisfied with the stricken SA Post Office’s progress towards stability
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Split up Eskom: DA

    Split up Eskom: DA Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene should stop giving further financial lifelines to Eskom and restructure the embattled electricity provider
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Eskom rolling blackout warning: Tuesday 24 February

    Eskom rolling blackout warning: Tuesday 24 February The latest on load shedding from Eskom
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    Philips UltraWide 34-inch display arrives in SA

    Philips UltraWide 34-inch display arrives in SA Philips UltraWide displays, offering a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440, are now available through MMD
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    Eskom does not have to comply with air emission standards

    Eskom does not have to comply with air emission standards Several companies, including Eskom, have been granted a reprieve from complying with minimum emission standards in terms of air quality laws
  20. Kevin Lancaster

    South Africa spied on Iran: report

    South Africa spied on Iran: report The South African Security Agency allegedly spied on Iran, Al-Jazeera reported on its website
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