Web hosting company ordered to turn over information on anti-Trump website – Politico

Politico Web hosting company ordered to turn over information on anti-Trump websitePoliticoA legal storm is building after a D.C. judge ordered a web hosting company to give the government a broad swath of data about individuals connected to an anti-Trump website despite arguments that doing so would impinge on their First Amendment rights …Court orders web… Read More »

DOJ Demands Files On Anti-Trump Activists, And A Web Hosting Company Resists – NPR

NPR DOJ Demands Files On Anti-Trump Activists, And A Web Hosting Company ResistsNPRAt the intersection where protections against unreasonable search and seizure meet the rights to free speech and association, there is now a web hosting company called DreamHost. The California-based company is resisting a Department of Justice warrant …The DOJ is demanding IDs of people… Read More »

How to Choose a Web Hosting Provider – Cloudwards

Cloudwards How to Choose a Web Hosting ProviderCloudwardsYou've figured out what platform you're going with — or if you're coding from scratch — and now you need to find somewhere to host your masterpiece. Which brings you to a not unimportant point: what should you look for in a web hosting company …

Business Choice Awards 2017: Web Hosting – PCMag

PCMag Business Choice Awards 2017: Web HostingPCMagThis is your own corner of the web. However, you can only sing your praises if your website is up and running and performs reliably. For this reason, PCMag asks its readers to evaluate their own web hosting service for our Business Choice survey so you …

Business Choice Awards 2017: Web Hosting – PCMag

PCMag Business Choice Awards 2017: Web HostingPCMagThis is your own corner of the web. However, you can only sing your praises if your website is up and running and performs reliably. For this reason, PCMag asks its readers to evaluate their own web hosting service for our Business Choice survey so you …

Web host agrees to pay $1m after it’s hit by Linux-targeting ransomware – Ars Technica

Ars Technica Web host agrees to pay $1m after it's hit by Linux-targeting ransomwareArs TechnicaA Web-hosting service recently agreed to pay $1 million to a ransomware operation that encrypted data stored on 153 Linux servers and 3,400 customer websites, the company said recently. The South Korean Web host, Nayana, said in a blog post published …Web-hosting… Read More »