Service Providers Quotes by Giovanni Bisignani, Ajit Pai, John Perry Barlow, Mark Dever, Bill Keller, Jim Wallis and many others.
In the Restoring Internet Freedom Order, the FCC strengthened its transparency rule so that Internet service providers must make public more information about their network management practices. They are required to make this information available either on their own website or on the FCC’s website.
Google, Amazon, Apple. Any number of cloud providers and computer service providers who can increasingly limit your access to your own information, control all your processing, take away your data if they want to, and observe everything you do; in a way, that does give them some leverage over your own life.
T]he church is not a place. It’s not a building. It’s not a preaching point. It’s not a spiritual service provider. It’s a people – the new covenant, blood-bought people of God. That’s why Paul said, ‘Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her‘ (Eph. 5:25). He didn’t give himself up for a place, but for a people.
In Britain, a ‘block list‘ of harmful Web sites, used by all the major Internet Service Providers, is maintained by a private foundation with little transparency and no judicial or government oversight of the list.
The number one objective is that people who make the investment in digitization, whether they are governments or service providers, get a reasonable return.
I think anything which promotes heterogeneity on the Internet promotes stability. Diversity in services, service providers, and separating the layers of the networking stack are all important.
U.S. intelligence has the legal right to monitor foreign communications as they go through to U.S. service providers. However, even though something is legal doesn’t make it right. I’m not American; I don’t really care about what data is being collected about American citizens. I’m worried about us, the foreigners.
Clients don’t expect perfection from the service providers they hire, but they do expect honesty and transparency. There is no better way to demonstrate this than by acknowledging when a mistake has been made and humbly apologizing for it.
Right now it is illegal for a service provider to censor or block a site because they don’t like it or to privilege someone who pays them extra money. So it’s basically a level playing field. I think it was a great victory. It doesn’t solve all the problems of our time, but I think we’ve gotten a much better place.
I’m heartened that, for the first time, we’re seeing some of the Internet Service Providers and the social media sites taking action against the Islamic State. That’s the kind of initiative that can very, very much augment on an industrial scale what the government is trying to do.
Data is gathered all the time. Just take your mobile phone. Geo-location data collected by your (mobile phone service) provider is not just about your movements. It’s about who you are with and what you will do next.
Unsurprisingly, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) – once a luxury for room-sized computer installations – is now a standard item both in home offices and all the networked tiers above, protecting servers and online service providers, Internet backbones, phone companies, and even cable TV networks.
Enthusiastic service providers create enthusiastic customers.