Apple has disabled its news app in China, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation, the most recent sign of how difficult it can be for foreign companies to manage the strict rules governing media and online expression there.
HP. Cisco. Dell. EMC. IBM. Oracle. Think of them as the walking dead.
A Chinese official on Friday called on the United Nations to impose an international code of conduct on the Internet.
Mobile Internet sites face a new threat as millions download ad-blockers to their phones and tablets, removing pesky adverts but potentially wiping out billions of dollars in advertising revenue.
The disruption occurred for several hours this afternoon, but the reason remains unclear
The following is extraordinarily creepy and disturbing. It's also extremely clever, from a jackbooted, fascist thug perspective. When massive censorship itself isn't enough...
This is a big deal, because it directly affects all the large American Internet companies. If this stands, expect much more pressure on the NSA to stop their indiscriminate spying on everyone.
Plenty of of email systems claim to be highly secure.
BRINGING INTERNET.ORG'S MISSION TO FRUITION
Twitter Inc.'s newly installed chief executive officer, Jack Dorsey, says a key to a turnaround is making the product more understandable for people who aren't hardcore users.
Alphabet, which took over as Google's new holding company on Friday, has dropped the tech giant's "Don't Be Evil" mantra from its code of conduct.
The retailer had excluded Target.com purchases from its policy that lets customers get a better deal if they show that someone else is selling the same item for less. Price matching was only available at stores.
President Obama's plan to "internationalize" the Internet may be unconstitutional, key members of Congress are claiming.
Mark Zuckerberg, promoted access to the Internet as "an enabler of human rights" and a "force for peace" on Saturday, as he announced that his company would help the United Nations bring Internet connections to refugee camps.
The United Nations has disgraced itself immeasurably over the past month or so.
YouTube/Google clamps down again on Truth.
The groups are represented by the American Civil Liberties Union and say the NSA's "upstream" collection of Internet communications from the cables, routers and switches that make up the Internet's backbone is unconstitutional.
On the coastal edge of Tunisia, a signal bounces between 11 rooftops and 12 routers, forming an invisible net that covers 70 percent of the city of Sayada.
Ron Amram has been in the brand marketing business for about 20 years. In the 2000s he was media director for Sprint's prepaid cellular group, mainly figuring out where the carrier should spend its ad dollars
Chinese president Xi Jinping is visiting the U.S. with a heavy itinerary. One of his stops included a speech Tuesday given to business leaders in Seattle addressing a number of concerns
William Boyes (Prof Emeritus Economics @ ASU; Center for the Study of Economic Liberty) promotes his participation in the Mises Circle Event in Phoenix Nov 7 - Paige Peterson and Brian Sovryn come on the show to provide an update on MaidSAFE and...
A week after the Department of Homeland Security intimidated a New Hampshire public library into shutting down its Tor relay, about a dozen other libraries nationwide have shown interest in running their own Tor services.
Around 3.2 billion people have access to the Internet. That's amazing, but it's fewer than half of the 7 billion or so people on earth.
But the FTC and SEC have not used the current subpoena process in five years.
It's detailed, open to the public, and still not a series of tubes
Go to SaveWiFi.Org to make comments to the FCC about proposed requirements to manufactureres to lock down computing devices (routers, PCs, phones) to prevent modification if they have a "modular wireless radio"
ONLINE PRIVACY PROJECTS come and go. But as the anonymity software Tor approaches its tenth year online, it's grown into a powerful, deeply-rooted privacy network overlaid across the internet.
hese individuals coded large portions of the site and attempted to expand Silk Road from a single drug market into a cryptographic empire with a range of services.
The Internet did not exist when I began serving my prison sentence in 1987.