Internet

TSTT installs free internet at flood shelters

The Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has begun installing internet services in flood shelters throughout Trinidad and Tobago. 

TSTT says it is being done as part of its continued commitment to national service and in particular ensuring that the national community remains properly connected even in times of natural disasters.

TSTT installs free internet at flood shelters

The Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) has begun installing internet services in flood shelters throughout Trinidad and Tobago. 

TSTT says it is being done as part of its continued commitment to national service and in particular ensuring that the national community remains properly connected even in times of natural disasters.

Flow also slow, working to fix the problem

Internet and cable provider, Flow,, is advising the public that it is continuing work to resolve an issue currently affecting its broadband customers.

a statement by Flow says that all the relevant teams are diligently working to restore service within the shortest possible timeframe.

Flow said it is aware that broadband customers are experiencing slow browsing at this time.

The company says it has isolated the problem and is working to ensure restoration of full service.

It is apologising for the inconvenience its customers are experiencing.

Technology: Internet giants tackle fake news sites

Three major internet brands, Google, Facebook and Wikipedia have stepped up and have said they are taking the necessary steps toward stopping fake news sites from using their ad networks. 

Earlier this month it was reported that some Macedonian teenagers had set up “at least 140” US political websites, carrying fabricated pro-Trump content, all to generate traffic and earn money from advertising.

There were even suggestions saying that this could have affected the US elections.