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What will happen if a particular website uses a ISP?
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What information does the website ISP Review provide?
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Can a website trace your isp or personal info from logins and comments?
Yes, it is possible for a website to trace your ISP from logins and comments. Almost all websites track the IP Address of everyone that connects. The IP address is the unique numerical address assigned to your Internet connection (whenever you connect to the Internet, or turn on your cable/DSL modem, it is assigned an IP address). When you connect to a website - whether you login, or comment, etc... - your IP address is recorded in the logs. Based on that, the website owner can determine the time you connected, and the specific page you loaded, such as a login page. With the IP, they can look up who owns the IP, and therefore the ISP you are using. It is NOT possible to obtain your personal information from your ISP unless the ISP provides it. Normally the ISP will only provide this information to police agencies, or the courts on subpoena (assuming the ISP is in the United States. I am unfamiliar with international laws). Regardless, the ISP will not share your information with a regular person, or even the owner(s) of a website.
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What are the top ten isp companies?
What are the moral implications of stopping websites at the ISP level?
One of the moral implications is the shift of responsibility to the ISP operator rather than the web site owner or the government of the area where the web site is hosted or the website is accessed. Another moral implication is the potential for lack of due process where an ISP might block a website based on an accusation that the website is doing something wrong rather than as a result of "due process".
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Uses one upload speed from the consumer to an ISP and a faster download speed?
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Why is important to use a local ISP?
Your ISP is your internet service provider. Their servers are basically your hardline connection to the internet. Unless you found some way to tap into the internet much like some people tap into cable tv lines, then you wouldn't need an ISP. Making the ISP local means faster download and upload speeds. If I lived in Africa and had an ISP in say Europe, everytime I wanted to access a website I would first have to make a request from my ISP in Europe who would then have to filter my request send a response from their servers and then open the page I originally attempted to open. This distance just to send a request to your ISP is tedious and thus slowing your internet dramatically. So using a closer server from a closer ISP means each time you send a request its almost instantaneous and the real speed your measure it to the server of the website you requested.
Asked in Technology, Websites
Why your website is tooooo sloooow?
There are many things that make a website appear slow. Sometimes it is a local ISP connection that has too many customers trying to use the same bandwidth. Sometimes there is too much Internet traffic going through a particular electronic switch. Sometimes there too many people trying to do the same thing on a specific website. If you are not happy with the loading time of a website you can try again at another time or check with your ISP about getting a faster connection. There are too many possibilities to give you an accurate answer for your specific situation without knowing all the related facts.