And what if you could track all of the traffic in one place? Could you eventually be your own Network President? The Big Bad Guys are soooo toast :) - TubeMogul - Empowering Online Video
US authorities unveiled rules Monday to implement a law passed last year banning Internet gambling, which would prohibit payments made through US-based banks, credit cards and other systems.
The Chinese authorities are in the midst of an unusually harsh crackdown on the Internet, closing tens of thousands of websites that had allowed visitors to post their opinions, according to bloggers and Internet monitors in China.
[Gonzales is available.] A startup has come up with a new way to make money from phone calls connected via the Internet: having software listen to the calls, then displaying ads on the callers' computer screens based on what's being talked ab
ZoneLabs effectively invented the personal firewall as a software category. The company hasn't released anything completely new in ages. That changed Monday, with the release of ZoneAlarm ForceField to public beta.
A German operator of a Tor server used to anonymously route traffic over the net was arrested in a midnight raid on his residence stemming from an investigation into bomb threats said to have passed through an internet protocol address under his cont
The People's Republic of China has no firewall perched on its routers to enable censors to block Internet sites. The authoritarian regime relies on a censorship system uses a keyword blacklist and reach deep into Internet traffic to find forbidde
The agency said it was opposed to "network neutrality", the idea that all data on the net is treated equally. The comments put the agency at odds with companies such as Microsoft and Google, who have called for legislation to guarantee equ
Thirty years ago he helped create a technology that has revolutionized millions of lives around the world. But yesterday the man known as the "godfather of the net" laid out his vision of where our online future might be, including a time w
Now Google has turned to the stars, launching a new service called Sky that can send users flying through space, visiting more than 100 million stars and 200 million galaxies from images created from thousands of satellite photographs.
Brought to you by the same people who see no threat in fingerprinting their kids or depositing them in gov't schools, parents are getting domain names for their young kids, long before they can do more than peck aimlessly at a keyboard. What coul
The SCO Group’s $5 billion threat against Linux is effectively finished. On Friday, Aug. 10, U.S. District Judge Dale Kimball ruled that SCO doesn’t actually own the copyrights that it was using to threaten — and in some cases, sue — Linux users.
A Chinese rights activist has been sentenced to four years in jail for subversion after posting politically sensitive essays on the Internet. A court convicted Chen Shuqing of inciting subversion, always maintained his innocence. "We think the s
On November 17th, 2005, an anonymous Wikipedia user deleted 15 paragraphs from an article on e-voting machine-vendor Diebold, excising an entire section critical of the company's machines. While anonymous, such changes typically leave behind digi
Laptop road warriors beware: Wi-Fi hot spots that let you hop onto the Internet anywhere you travel leave you wide open to hackers. T-Mobile and AT&T— the largest providers of Wi-Fi hot spots in coffee shops, bookstores and airports — don't requi
Calls on the FTC to oversee a government-directed public awareness campaign, an online safety and technology working group, requires schools to include tutorials on the detriments of "cyberbullying" and strengthens child pornography enforce
Pop legend Sir Elton John wants the internet closed down. Never one to keep his opinions to himself, the Rocket Man has waded into cyberspace with all guns blazing. He claims it is destroying good music, saying" "The internet has stopped
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Kazakhstan and Georgia are among countries imposing excessive restrictions on how people use the Internet, a new report says, warning that regulations are having a chilling effect on freedom of expression.
Google has disclosed for the first time that it is prepared to bid in a forthcoming auction of wireless spectrum in the US, a move that could eventually mean it will emerge as a fully fledged operator of a wireless communications network.
One thing I've noticed is that my "Diggs" [on my writings] seem to vanish quickly. I looked into this and was wondering if perhaps something was operating to suppress Ron Paul stories (despite my ego I figure it's not just me). W
"A 75-year-old woman from Karlstad in central Sweden has been given a scorching 40 Gbps internet connection - the fastest residential connection anywhere in the world. Sigbritt Lothberg is the mother of Swedish internet guru Peter Lothberg
Justine Lam, eCampaign coordinator of the Ron Paul campaign tries a novel way to stream video of the rally. She attached a webcam to her hat and walked around talking to the crowd and watched the speeches. (we'll see the video soon I'm sure)
"Ms. Leadbetter isn't the only innocent Internet user that has been ensnared by the RIAA's litigation dragnet. But she is one of the few who have fought back, resisting RIAA pressure to pay settlement monies for something she did not do,
The 1.3 million users living a virtual life in cyberspace represent an impressive 46% increase compared to January 2007.
Do you see what's coming?... This will help.
Congress shouldn't permanently extend a moratorium on taxes unique to the Internet. If Congress makes the ban permanent nothing would stop Internet providers from trying to expand the number of banned services. [ah, yah]
The $10 offer is available to customers in the 22-state AT&T service region, which includes former BellSouth areas, who have never had AT&T or BellSouth broadband. Local phone service and a one-year contract are required. The modem is free.
In June 2007, Flickr started censoring users in Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea.