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Get global city, region, and country data. Filter cities by name prefix, country, location, time-zone, and even minimum population. Display results in multiple languages. Sort by name, country code, elevation, and population - or any combination of these. Get distances between cities. Get all country regions. Get all cities in a given region. RESTful API adheres to industry best-practices, including HATEOAS-style links to facilitate paging results. Data is periodically refreshed from GeoNames and WikiData. Backed by cloud-based load-balanced infrastructure for resiliency and performance! If you'd like to host the service internally, contact us for details through the dev portal site. Data licensed under Creative Commons, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
US Zipcode, County, City, and State Boundaries API: A simple & very fast API that will allow you to integrate multiple GeoJson US boundaries results into your apps and systems. This API is designed to be used programatically for optimal performance. When using the MashApe UI for queries expect significant latency issues on large result sets!
This API endpoint returns the geo location of any IP, with relevant information like Continent, Country, Region, City, Postal code, Latitude and Longitude, Autonomous System and Reverse Hostname. Moocher.io is a set of lists like IP, domains, emails, passwords, creditcard BIN/IIN. Some of them marked as 'abusers' by several groups and initiatives of users and communities, and others used to filter out potential abusers. Moocher.io can be defined as a Look up as a Service for developers and product companies that want to know in realtime if their existing or potential users have been classified as 'abusers' by one or more of these lists.
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What is Widevine DRM? Widevine's DRM solution combines the following industry adopted standards to provide robust multiplatform content protection: Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) DASH enables streaming of high quality media content over the Internet. DASH leverages standard HTTP protocol and can be easily deployed on existing Internet infrastructure (web servers, CDNs, firewalls, etc). Common Encryption (CENC) CENC is an industry standards based approach to content encryption. CENC identifies standard encryption and key mapping mechanisms that may be utilized by one or more DRM systems to allow the decryption of the same file using different DRM systems. CENC enables content providers to encrypt their content once and deliver it to numerous client devices and their assorted DRM schemes. Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) EME is a proposed W3C standard that provides a set of common APIs that can be used to interact with DRM systems and manage license key exchange. EME allows content providers to design a single application solution for all devices. Key benefits of Widevine's DRM solution: Support for reliable content protection across multiple systems:. Provides ubiquitous device coverage and extends synergy across multiple content protection systems. See a list of currently supported platforms. Complete control and flexibility during video playback: Fully featured HTML5 video player with adaptive streaming, QoS, and accessibility support across devices.
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JSONpedia API is designed to simplify access at MediaWiki contents transforming everything into JSON. Such API provides a REST service to parse, convert, and enrich WikiText documents. JSONpedia supplies capabilities for recursive template expansion and mapping to DBpedia. This framework has been designed to extract linguistic resources from the Wikipedia and to enable massive data scraping. Our mission is to deliver a general purpose infrastructure for Wikipedia multi language data consumption both for researchers and industry.
Mastercard Incorporated (stylized as MasterCard from 1979 to 2016 and mastercard from 2016) is an American multinationalfinancial services corporation headquartered in the Mastercard International Global Headquarters in Purchase, New York, United States. The Global Operations Headquarters is located in O'Fallon, Missouri, United States, a municipality of St. Charles County, Missouri. Throughout the world, its principal business is to process payments between the banks of merchants and the card issuing banks or credit unions of the purchasers who use the "Mastercard" brand debit, credit and prepaid to make purchases. Prior to its initial public offering, Mastercard Worldwide was a cooperative owned by the more than 25,000 financial institutions that issue its branded cards. In December 2010, a senior official from the European Central Bank called for a break-up of the Visa/Mastercard duopoly by creation of a new European debit card for use in the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).WikiLeaks published documents showing that American authorities lobbied Russia to defend the interests of Visa and Mastercard. Members of the European Parliament expressed concern that payments from European citizens to a European corporation could apparently be blocked by the United States, and called for a further reduction in the dominance of Visa and Mastercard in the European payment system. As of 2013, Mastercard is under investigation by the European Union for the high fees it charges tourists who use their cards in Europe, and other anti-competitive practices that could hinder electronic commerce and international trade, and high fees associated with premium credit cards.