In the second installment of “The Series of Tubes,” we bring you more far-flung facts from across the webosphere.
We celebrated the anniversary of the first website EVER, the pro-Net Neutrality vote from Verizon shareholders and a man who had the fortitude to spend one year away from the Internet.
If you’ve ever watched television in Brazil, you would think that the country has no ethnic or cultural diversity. Most Brazilian TV announcers and actors look the same and speak with a similar accent. It’s not what you'd expect from a country with more than 190 million people.
Most weeks there’s more Internet-related news than people can handle.
Given the constant flux, we at Free Press are taking a stab at listing, every Friday, the top five things you need to know about developments impacting Internet freedom.