Topic: WiFi

There’s no end to the ways scammers will try to steal personal information, including children’s information. Learn more about data privacy and how you can help your kids, friends, family, coworkers, and community stay safe online.

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The holidays are a time for connecting with friends and family. They’re also a time for browsing recipes for tasty treats, online shopping, and creating and sending Christmas cards. Research shows that our internet usage tends to be higher than normal during the holidays, especially during the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Do your children follow Santa’s journey using Google’s Santa Tracker?…

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Frequently asked questions regarding the new Affordable Connectivity Program from the FCC. The ACP replaces the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program to help low-income households pay for internet service and connected devices.

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If you’ve ever tried to answer an email or surf the web from your mobile device in public, chances are you connected to a WiFi hotspot. Not only is this connection highly convenient, you also didn’t have to use your smartphone’s data. Not surprisingly, public WiFi hotspots are becoming an essential part of public infrastructure—especially during the COVID-19 pandemic….

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Nowadays it feels like everything connects to the internet in some way—from computers and smartphones to baby monitors and security cameras. All these devices in your home share your bandwidth. Every device on your network decreases your bandwidth a portion, especially over WiFi. 

Think of it like traffic on the highway. During rush hour when there’s a lot of traffic,…

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