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  • I need my password for firefox. I don't need any smartass wisecracks?

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  • What would you do if Alex Jones hosting site took him down?

    Best answer: Send him 1.3 bitcoin
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  • What is dark web?

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  • Is there a way to login to payporn sites for free?

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  • Can you delete firefox for me?

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  • What is the best site to buy interactive Instagram followers for a low price?

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  • Which Country giving best cable internet services USA or UK ?

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  • How many people have trouble with creepy guys following them on instagram?

    I only have four posts on my instagram, and only one (a graduation photo) has my face, like I need an excuse to post my face, yet I still periodically get creepy guys following me. I only have like 20 followers! They're mostly waay older than me, either a foriegn account or neck beard, and sometimes send me creepy messages. I just turned 18, but some of them also follow my still minor friends. I always block them but I was wondering how many other people have these experiences and how they make them feel?
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  • If you know of someone prostituting themselves on Snapchat is there a way to report them without calling the cops. I don’t know her?

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  • Does my ISP actually see what websites I visit and what I search for in Google?

    Best answer: Most ISPs, in most countries, are required by law to record everything that passes through your service. At least, the best they can. ISPs do this to protect themselves (legally), as well as having means of providing information to law enforcement (with a court order).
    Things like encrypted passwords (HTTPS links) do not show details, only that you were connected.
    Also, ISPs show all connections to your service, so things like Torrents can be tracked when you are downloading a lot.

    The bottom line is, however, that ISPs don't have the time or resources to look at all this stuff, there is too much data. Only when legal matters come up that want records of what a specific customer did, do the logs get looked at...
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  • Amazon refund?

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  • Has the internet ruined society????

    Do u think the internet has ruined society??? I haven't used the internet in years and never plan to, but what do u think??? is the internet a problem??
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  • How to buy more Instagram followers?

    I have created new Instagram account. I need more followers to popular the accounts and my photos which i shared on that account.
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  • Instagram keeps signing me out every time I exit.?

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  • Is the internet “type” different in the US than in other countries?

    Best answer: The internet protocols are the same around the world. It is called "interoperability." In order to work AT ALL, the service providers in various countries MUST conform to the standards. It might not matter to you to know this, but if you did a web search for something called an "RFC" then you could find the "rules" for every protocol used on the internet. EVERY ONE of them.

    There is no "type" on the internet. Here in the USA we have an old phrase: A chain is no stronger than its weakest link. Well, there is an internet equivalent: A connection is no faster than its slowest link. And this is where "routing" gets involved. Most of the time, connections use an optimized route based on "routers." The router is like a switchboard. It connects your computer to a network segment that sends your connection data to your selected destination. But that segment might have to route you again if your target isn't on its sub-net. In fact, you might need dozens of "hops" - like a runner in a relay race handing off the baton, where the baton represents your traffic and each runner is one hop.

    Speed becomes an issue twice in this process. First, if any hop is unusually slow (i.e. the runner is slow) then that slows down your traffic. Second, if you need a lot of runners (a lot of hops) to get the baton (traffic) from point A to point B, each router has to receive complete packets before it can send them farther along towards their destination. This is called "store and forward" message transmission.

    I'm going to bet that when you were still in Korea, you had a lot fewer hops to get to your server. Now, I'm betting you have a lot MORE hops to get there since you now have multiple international boundaries to cross. That boundary crossing makes a difference because some routers at national boundaries act as firewalls, blocking messages that they don't want to enter their national sub-net. Even though your connection succeeds, the hops and boundary delays add to the time for each portion of your traffic. And the odds are very great that the game folks use a sequence-number system to assure that they can resend any "lost" packets. That means their server can't send another piece of the traffic until it gets an ACK for the previous part. (That ACK is like an e-mail delivery receipt.)

    I guess one could say that the "net" result is that your problem is distance and the number of hops you have to take. It is NOT a difference in the structure of the net, but rather of the INFRAstructure of the net.
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  • What are some good websites to surf?

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  • How do i delete cookies?

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  • Buying Followers on Instagram?

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