DigitalOcean and Cloudflare ditch neo-Nazi client, The Daily Stormer

Following the violent far right demonstrations in Charlottesville at the weekend, another two web services companies have terminated their business relationships with the Nazi propaganda website, The

How To Explain Your Privacy Policy And Terms Of Service Changes

Today, I sat down with our own Josh Constine to discuss all of the ruckus having to do with the recent privacy policy and terms of service changes for Instagram and Facebook, which caused a bit of an

Instagram Speaks Out On Users’ Concerns About TOS Changes, Will There Be A Beacon-Like Apology?

As you might have been following this week, Instagram and Facebook made changes to its terms of service and privacy policy that allows Facebook to sell access to user’s photos for advertising pu, The “Blessed” Archival Service For Instagram, Is Buckling Under The Demand For Requests

Ever since Instagram and Facebook announced their updated terms of service, folks have been wondering what it means for them. We’ve tried to lay that out for you so that you can draw your own co

Putting An End To The Biggest Lie On The Internet

It's long been said that "I agree to the terms of service" is the biggest lie on the internet. And even if you do read them, many TOS are so ridden with legalese that you practically need to be a lawy

SnapTerms: Terms Of Service As A Service

You might not think that something like a website's Terms of Service would be all that interesting, but you'd be wrong. After that post about <a href="

Verizon changes service plans

Anyone using Verizon should take note that Verizon will be updating its plans and ToS agreement today, meaning you have something like 30 days to opt out of your contract should you want an iPhone bad

Sprint Right Plan Promise

Sprint loves you very much I’m sure, but retaining new customers is how the wireless industry makes the big bucks. Now new customers at Sprint will be able to hold the carrier to its new Right P

Verizon's Unlimited Data Plan Not So Unlimited

Having EVDO on a notebook when you’re out and about is certainly a treat. But all good things must come to an end and in this case, it just so happens to be the word “unlimited”. For

Want To Ditch Cingular? Now’s Your Chance

Recently, you may have heard about text messaging fees increasing in price for Cingular customers. The $.10 to $.15 jump is enough to piss off a few people I’m sure. So if you’re a Cingular custom