Tone Vays (trader, risk analyst, blogger; Columnist @ BraveNewCoin) recaps recent conferences - Joel Skousen (Publisher World Affairs Brief; prepper) on geopolitics - Paige Peterson (Communications & Outreach @ MaidSafe) provides an update on the dec
A Fiber Optic communication cable between New Jersey and Canada was severed leaving many Liberty oriented sites without service... what to do?... Just another example of why it is imperative that we find decentralized solutions to just such problems.
UK Police are asking the government for new surveillance powers to be able to view the internet search history of every single person in the country.
Kim Dotcom certainly hasn't been letting his ongoing fight against US extradition charges slow him down. On Thursday, according to Mashable, he remotely addressed a startup convention in Sydney, Australia to pitch his latest idea: an alternative in
While services like Popcorn Time have been simplifying BitTorrent, a peer-to-peer file sharing protocol, for end users, it's becoming easier and easier to look at torrenting as an abstract streaming service rather than a tangle of users passing fil
SO, THE RUSSIANS are at it again, snooping around the undersea communications cables that connect the continents.
Google believes it is on course to have enough internet-beaming balloons in the stratosphere to form a ring over part of the world next year.
A. Kim Dotcom is not a pirate. He's a hero. The savior of my online liberties. A visionary digital entrepreneur.
Speaking to about 900 students at New Delhi's Indian Institute of Technology, Zuckerberg said broadening Internet access was vital to economic development in a country where a billion people are still not online.
Proposed legislation aims to protect net neutrality across the EU, but major loopholes threaten to undermine it
The Mozilla Foundation has had a grant program in place for many years intended to fund open-source projects, but, on Friday, CEO Mitchell Baker announced "a new level of support" in the form of $1,000,000 in awards to be distributed among 10 to-be-d
Sunday's live stream marked the first time that a single company had distributed an NFL telecast all around the world via the Internet.
Russian submarines and spy ships are aggressively operating near the vital undersea cables that carry almost all global Internet communications, raising concerns among some American military and intelligence ......
The road to total domination is not clear for the app-based cab company
Learn from Hulu's shortcomings, Google
The Internet May Be Changing Your Brain In Ways You've Never Imagined... Five years ago, journalist Nicholas Carr wrote in his book The Shallows: How The Internet Is Changing Our Brains about the way technology seemed to be eroding his ability to con
Walt Disney Co.'s ESPN sports network, confronting rising programming costs and a loss of viewers, plans to eliminate as many as 350 positions, about 4.3 percent of its workforce, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Blogger warns that 'regular people' are the likely target for the next big internet privacy breach
The Internet is abuzz speculating the NSA is breaking the Diffie-Hellman key-exchange protocol in the wild through massive precomputation. What's newly talked about is how this works inside the NSA surveillance architecture.
Wal-Mart Shares plunged 10% Wednesday on profit warnings, the biggest one day decline in 25 years. The company blamed higher wages, e-commerce competition, and lower prices.
If you don't have a DVD or Blu-ray ripper and you want one, then you should consider buying one immediately because tools that assist in the circumvention of DRM could be banned if the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is ratified.
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