In 1990, there were only 7,000 hard copy images of child porn in the United Kingdom, according to non-profit group NSPCC.
A recently introduced bill in the Illinois state Senate would require anonymous website comment posters to reveal their identities if they want to keep their comments online.
PrivCo, a research firm tracking private companies, says that daily-deals site LivingSocial took $110 million from its existing investors in the form of debt, not equity.
The southern Indian city of Hyderabad has been hit by twin bomb blasts in a bus station and a cinema, the BBC reports.
In the months since President Barack Obama's re-election, the 2012 campaign cycle has become synonymous with digital politics.
A blogger has published once-classified FBI files that show how the agency tracked and collected information on internet activist Aaron Swartz. Swartz, who killed himself in January aged 26, had previously requested his files and posted them on hi
Given the partisan differences on Capitol Hill, lawmakers backing the bill say that attaching the online sales tax bill to a broader measure may be the proposal’s best shot. Though some think that even if tax "reform" gets bog down, an online sales t
No one knows for sure how many individual pages are on the web, but right now, it’s estimated that there are more than 14 billion.
Microsoft said Tuesday it had begun switching Hotmail accounts to Outlook.com as it officially launches its revamped email service.
Kinsella: "My guess he [Ron Paul] is going to lose this suit."
I just started the camera behind me. I’m going to start this song, and when this song drops I want you all to get as fucking freaky weird crazy as you can,” Johnson announced.
Facebook is considering placing video ads that play automatically in your News Feed, according to comments made by the company's VP of business and marketing partnerships at Stanford's Future Of Media Conference.
Wild hypotheses include “kinetic bombardment” weaponry aimed at Russia by US
Nowadays it's rare to share something like a photo or status update on Facebook and not have it live on permanently.
Using derelict TV frequencies, old-fashioned antennas and solar power, Microsoft is trialling a pioneering form of broadband technology in Africa
The two US lawmakers responsible for last year’s failed cybersecurity bill known as CISPA are reintroducing the act, and renewed interest from Washington means it might have a fighting chance this time at being signed into law.
Rap Genius' co-founder Mahbod Moghadam isn't afraid to say what's on his mind.
With Valentine's Day nearly here, more people are hunting online for a quick date on a budget.
Security and law enforcement experts agree the biggest threat to the individual today is identity theft. It often begins with online invasion of privacy
Libertarian folk hero and retired Rep. Ron Paul is fighting to take the domain name RonPaul.com from a legion of loyal supporters. And he's turning to an unlikely source for help, filing a complaint with an agency of the United Nations -- a body he's
Apple Censors App That Reports Drone Strikes.
I really need to hear Dr. Pauls side of this and soon....
Years before the JSTOR scraping project that led to Aaron Swartz's indictment on federal hacking charges the open-data activist scraped documents from PACER, the federal judiciary's paywalled website for public access to court records.
The National Intelligence Estimate identifies China as the country most aggressively seeking to penetrate the computer systems of American businesses and institutions to gain access to data that could be used for economic gain.
WOMEN are buying abortion drug RU486 online and having abortions on their own at home because they cannot afford a doctor's prescription or cannot get to a clinic.
An Egyptian court ordered a one-month ban on YouTube on Saturday, after it said the video-sharing Web site had failed to remove an American-made anti-Islam video.
Say what you will about The Pirate Bay: if nothing else, its founders are resilient, defiant, and clever. Two out of its three co-founders have yet to be brought to justice, having been convicted of aiding copyright infringement
Earlier today, Ron Paul filed an international UDRP complaint against RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org with WIPO, a global governing body that is an agency of the United Nations.
The Washington Post boldly led a front-page story last weekend with the claim: "The federal government wants to create super WiFi networks across the nation, so powerful and broad in reach that consumers could use them to make calls or surf the Inter
Evan Williams and Biz Stone got rich(er) and famous for their time building short-form blogging startup Twitter.