With a Web-wide protest on Wednesday that includes a 24-hour shutdown of the English-language Wikipedia, the legislative battle over two Internet piracy bills has reached an extraordinary moment
Today, the Daily Paul stands in solidarity with thousands of websites across the Internet that are striking against censorship. Join the largest online protest in history, and tell Congress to stop the internet Censorship bills SOPA and PIPA now!
This is what happens when you make the Internet mad. On Wednesday, a group of technology companies will stage an unusual form of protest: They will shut down their own popular Web sites for a day to show their unhappiness with two Internet-regulat
On January 18, The Daily Paul will join Wikipedia, Reddit, Twitter, BoingBoing, MoveOn.org, The Free Software Foundation, and tens of thousands of other websites around the Internet in going dark to oppose SOPA and PIPA,
In protest of a pending anti-piracy measure currently before the U.S. Congress, the hacker group “Anonymous” has posted personal information about two of the most powerful men in media
A British student faces up to a decade in a U.S. prison for actions which are not even a crime in the UK. Mr O’Dwyer is accused of listing places where films and TV programs could be illegally downloaded, on a website he ran from his university bedro
It’s on — at least partially: Reddit has announced that it will go dark for 12 hours to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has said that he hopes to coordinate with the site so that Wikipedia does the same.
Internet addiction has for the first time been linked with changes in the brain similar to those seen in people addicted to alcohol, cocaine and cannabis. In a groundbreaking study, researchers used MRI scanners to reveal abnormalities in the brains
"President Obama is putting plans in motion to give the Commerce Department authority to create an Internet ID for all Americans, a White House official told CNET.com. White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt told the website it is "the
The websites of the French Senate and a National Assembly lawmaker who introduced a bill that would outlaw the denial of the 1915 Turkish ‘genocide’ of Armenians, have been attacked by Turkish hackers.
Google has always been reluctant to call Google+ a mere social network. Even though it looked like a Facebook clone at launch, the company has consistently said it was a bigger project that would permeate the entire company.
When an Asian-American customer of Papa John’s Pizza in New York City decided to vent by posting a receipt that identified her as “lady chinky eyes” on Twitter, she may have thought she was just letting off steam.
A year ago this week, it was learned that a US grand jury had secretly issued subpoenas for the Twitter account information of several WikiLeaks supporters.
Hiring its new CEO away from PayPal indicates that the Internet company still believes it can thrive on its own.
The Salem Public Library in Missouri along with its board of trustees face a lawsuit for blocking access to websites discussing indigenous American spirituality and the Wiccan faith
Blatent 'hit pieces' are being posted online just to draw Paul supporters to ad-based websites for that ever-present revenue-generating 'view click'. Beware.
Without naming who she thought did it, she posted this comment on her Facebook page: "Oh, so you keyed my car. Your karma is going to be a whole lot worse than that." She wound up in the office and her mom was called.
Forget science fiction — this sounds like pure fantasy — but hackers at Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin are dreaming of creating their own network of communications satellites and ground stations forestall any attempt to control the internet
Hacker collective Anonymous has dumped names, email addresses and passwords for 860,000 Stratfor users. Anonymous also exposed credit card numbers for 75,000 paying customers of Stratfor, who provide reports on security and threats to government and
"Let's take the Internet out of the control of terrestrial entities." This call to arms, issued by hacker activist Nick Farr, is the rallying cry behind a new plan to launch satellites into space to prevent Internet censorship. Farr, a spoke
GoDaddy, the domain register targeted by online activists in response to its enthusiasm for a pair of Hollywood-backed copyright bills, has finally denounced the legislation in response to a boycott scheduled for today.
US consumers turned in record levels to the Internet for holiday shopping this year, further boosting online sellers’ share of the huge national retail pie.
Now Moskovitz is at it again with a version of Asana for the iPhone. It's almost as baffling as the web-based application — but maybe we aren't getting something
A $300 million investment from the Saudi royal family could validate the Twitter platform. Or undermine it completely.
“Anonymous” claimed responsibility for stealing confidential data from the website of a military gear merchant whose customers are thought to be mostly former soldiers and members of law enforcement.
It's a shame that GoDaddy feels they have to block their (former) customers from voting with their dollars. We can only guess that at GoDaddy, desperate times call for desperate measures.
Online “hacktivist” group Anonymous claimed Sunday it had stolen a trove of emails and credit card information from US-based security firm Stratfor’s clients, and vowed additional attacks.
Amazon data-center guru James Hamilton alluded to this gag at a recent event in New York, using it to explain how data centers should treat power-sapping water chillers and air-conditioning units.
This fall, Amazon built a virtual supercomputer atop its Elastic Compute Cloud — a web service that spins up virtual servers whenever you want them — and this nonexistent mega-machine outraced all but 41 of the world’s real supercomputers.
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its sister bill in the Senate, the PROTECT IP Act, are not very popular right now, thanks in large part to a growing outcry from some of the strongest voices on the Internet, from the founders of Google, Reddit,