Articles about Internet and Web

If You Have a Slow Network Connection, You Can Prove It

It can be hard to know if the Internet connection you’re paying for (at home or at work) is really giving you the speed that you’re paying for. With almost 90% of Americans using the Internet regularly, and a market size around $100 billion, both companies and consumers want to know if they’re getting their money’s worth. […]

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Google vs. EU: Antitrust Conflict Timeline

The European Commission’s investigation of Google’s alleged misconduct has done nothing but expand and intensify over the last six years. Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s Competition Commissioner appointed in the midst of the investigations, has spearheaded the ‘don’t back down’ attitude taken by the EU. She resisted her predecessors’ efforts to settle the case with the […]

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Lacking in Transparency: The Google Transparency Project

In April 2016, the Campaign for Accountability (CfA) launched the Google Transparency Project (GTP), aimed at creating an online resource for the public to explore the relationship between Google and the government—and the impact of this relationship on American lives. In a statement, CfA Executive Director Anne Weisman said, “Google has long been a strong […]

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Open to Content: A Look at the Case for Net Neutrality

On June 14, 2016 the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Open Internet Rules. The Court’s ruling came after more than a decade of intense debate over the relationship between Internet Service Providers (ISPs), the Federal Government, and internet users. Twice before, attempts by the FCC to implement […]

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Award Winning Research Conducted by Quandary Peak Experts

Two Quandary Peak Research experts and their teams presented their latest research at the twenty-sixth International Symposium on Software Reliability and Engineering, one of the most accredited IEEE events. Dr. Mahdi Eslamimehr with his teammate from MIT won the ISSRE 2016 Best Paper award for “AtomChase: Directed Search Towards Atomicity Violations”, the result of three […]

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Technical Analysis Contributes to Unexpected Verdict in FilmOn Case

Video streaming company FilmOn won a surprising victory in federal District Court this month in a case in which Dr. Sigurd Meldal, a computer scientist at Quandary Peak Research, provided expert witness testimony related to FilmOn’s video streaming servers. Other Quandary Peak consultants were also retained through FilmOn’s counsel, Baker Marquart LLP, to provide technical […]

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Jurors Said Quandary Peak Research Expert Was Convincing

A Quandary Peak Research expert was cited by jurors as credible and convincing on the stand, leading to a positive outcome for the firm’s client. Jason Frankovitz testified in San Diego Superior Court in the matter of Rimma Breeze v. The Evans School, Inc. Mr. Frankovitz, an expert in Web and Internet technologies, provided expert […]

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Quandary Peak Expert Testifies on Web and Search Engine Technology

One of Quandary Peak Research’s experts in web, Internet, and search engine technology recently provided courtroom testimony in a contempt hearing, Golden Best Plumbing, Inc. v. Touni Baghdasarian and Happy Rooter. The Internet expert, Jason Frankovitz, opined on whether the plaintiff’s trade name was being used to market services on the defendant’s Web site in […]

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Introduction to the Gmail API

One of the most difficult questions when creating a new product is how to ensure that the product has a chance to attract a large user base. The good news is that the big players in the technology market such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter let developers create applications that can access the existing user […]

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