These days, everyone's out to violate your privacy. But even if you care about privacy, you probably don't want to leave the internet forever, so here are some of the best alternatives to major services that actually respect your privacy.Entered By: Powell Gammill
"According to Lynnae Williams, former CIA clandestine service trainee and DIA analyst, the FBI and CIA use trolls to monitor social media and interact with users to discredit information disseminated on the web.
Gov. Bill Haslam and Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire have sent a letter to two U.S. Senate Finance Committee leaders urging action before the end of the year on legislation allowing states to collect sales taxes on Internet sales. The bill is known as
A loophole that permits software companies to sell cyberstalking apps that operate secretly on cellphones could soon be closed by Congress. The software is popular among jealous wives or husbands because it can continuously track the whereabouts of a
In the middle of the night at a U.N. conference in Dubai, the presiding chairman of the International Telecommunication Union conference surveyed the assembled countries to see whether there was interest in having greater involvement in the U.N. gove
The World Wide Web is really starting to look like, well, a world wide web.
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Police in Victoria are advising motorists not to use the app after rescuing several people, some of whom were stranded in a national park for up to 24 hours.
A Russia-led proposal calling for sweeping new governmental powers to regulate cyberspace could enable countries to block some Web locations and wrest control of allotting Internet addresses from a U.S.-based body.
Several Google Inc Web products, including the popular GMail service, appeared to go dark for users on several continents on Monday.
Leaked documents from a recent International Telecommunications Union meeting have exposed several disturbing examples of potential usages of the Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) standard, which was recently adopted by a UN conference in Dubai.
Imagine texting while driving, or placing a call while showering, without holding your phone in your hands.
Google today announced that it has 135 million active users checking their Google+ streams each month, up from 100 million in mid-September
A new 24 hour news network is rising up to replace the old media, a network dedicated to broadcasting a liberty-based message. Watch this exclusive message to get insider information about the progress of the Next Network and how you can be a part of
New Zealand’s spy agency will have to reveal details of their secret surveillance of Kim Dotcom. The Government Communications Security Bureau will be added to Dotcom’s lawsuit over an illegal January raid on his mansion,
"Facebook accused of massive 'data grab' with new service that automatically uploads your phone pictures"
A UN agency is trying to calm fears that the internet could be damaged by a conference it is hosting.
Government snoops are interested in reading more than just your email.
Bureaucrats from around the world will gather behind closed doors in Dubai next week to plot an end to the Internet as we know it — or so Washington would have you believe.
As the world's largest online retailer, it's no surprise that its biggest fulfillment center in Phoenix, Arizona is the size of 28 football fields.
With more sensors and more data, GE wants to wring efficiency from industrial systems.
Proposals for a “sender pays” policy will roil UN talks in Dubai.
Bureaucrats from around the world will gather behind closed doors in Dubai next week to plot an end to the Internet as we know it — or so Washington would have you believe. Hill lawmakers warn that the 120-plus U.S. delegation needs to
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talking to RT's Laura Smith at the embassy of Ecuador in London, UK
Chris Pinkham was walking through a data center that would one day house Amazon’s seminal cloud computing service — the Elastic Compute Cloud — when he came face to face with a cage of Google machines.
Anyone in the world could soon have access to a 3D printable gun through the internet thanks to a U.S. start-up which plans to distribute schematics for the weapons free of charge.
A startup called Duolingo taps the power of crowds to make learning a language free.
So long, iTunes 10. Apple begins rolling out the 11th iteration of its iTunes media player and store today, and we’re digging the redesigned interface, improved search, ability to play content straight from iCloud and sync playback across devices.
Twitter always fancied itself a more benevolent, open startup than most. It referred to its “ecosystem” rather than its customers and, as recently as this January, referred to itself as “an information utility” rather than a mere social network.
Rami Abdel Rahman, Observatory director, said in some areas it was still possible to access the internet “but with great difficulty”.