They honored two years since Edward Snowden revealed to the world the spyware NSA and, as a result, the digital world is no longer the same. Companies like Google have improved the security of their systems to preserve the privacy of users and multiple services they have also emerged to improve our communications secret .
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In efforts to remove the physical wiring around us, either with wireless connectivity short – WiFi, Bluetooth – or with mobile phones and satellites, we must not forget that the cables are very present in our communications, they are too necessary.Where are they? As most help us to carry data between continents , furrowing the seabed.
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The board of directors of the Brazilian public company Telebras signed a basic agreement on January 14 for the establishment of a joint venture with IslaLink for the deployment of a submarine cable that will directly connect Brazil to Europe.
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IslaLink to Build a Fiber Optic Submarine Cable between Europe and America
IslaLink, Spanish company, will participate in the construction of a new submarine fiber optic cable that will link directly to the end of 2014, South America and Europe in order to improve communications between the two territories and save costs, the company said.
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When a squirrel chewed through a cable and knocked him offline, journalist Andrew Blum started wondering what the Internet was really made of. So he set out to go see it — the underwater cables, secret switches and other physical bits that make up the net.
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Telecommunications, more offers for Canary Islands.
A few years ago, the Cabildo of Tenerife, through Canalink company began installing the submarine cable linking the island with the mainland. This cable became operational in 2011. Canalink President, Ross Mullins, plays a vital role for telecommunications in the Canary Islands.