Every quarter, French authorities will check whether the blocked pages still contain the offending material.
You're blocking the site in the first place so you can not access it.
they are going to release this new feature later this year.
who are you?
(hold on for a little bit longer.) I will publish drafts soon of how to using public keys for hosts. All public keys will be stored with a new DNS RR. (I'm writing the drafts at this very moment).
If you are going to comment on this, remember that I sad "hosts".
in a dragrace between fuelcell cars and a tesla model s, the tesla car driver will only see the fuelcell cars in front of him/her. (or is it the other way around? can't seem to remember).
http://www.toecdn.org/ TOECDN will help you to cache all the static content, locally. This should bring your congestion down, depending of course how much of the data is static in the first place.
The only open solution to solve this bandwidth problem is TOECDN.
where can I watch the hole event and not just some clips?
How will Broadband meet the huge demand for these video streams?
TOECDN, The Open Edge Content Delivery Network, will handle this just fine.
You do realize that you should only use TOECDN for static content, right?
It's only the ISP who can do this and build such system for caching content.
The concept of TOECDN, The Open Edge Content Delivery Network, previously known as The Last Mile Cache, is to cache content so close to the consumer as possible. TOECDN is the only solution to allow customers to have their own http-cache servers.
Instead of having X different cache solutions for the ISP to host and maintain, TOECDN combines this to ONE unified system/solution for all static content served over HTTP.
And anyone is free to use this solution. That's the hole point.