Content deemed bad for kids will be filtered, but the law raises worries about wider censorship.
In 1988, Paul Krugman stepped up to the plate and told us:
Alex Fondrier doesn't think politics should be the proverbial "third rail" in a relationship.
On April 4, Facebook is expected to announce an Android operating system for an HTC phone that has deep Facebook integration.
Clogged wireless networks spur a plan to speed data to smartphones, for a price.
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act was passed in 1984 and is regarded as overly “expansive” and “sweeping,” as it lets the government incarcerate “any Internet user they want,” according to former federal prosecutor Orin Kerr.
At its peak, Cyberbunker clogged up a mind-boggling 300 gigabits per second of the Internet in what’s being called the biggest cyber-attack in history.
UPDATED: An eBay user who was selling an autographed photo of the actor and promising to buy a gun with the money sparked a mini-trend, though the auction site appears to have put an end to the movement.
Egypt’s naval forces captured three scuba divers who were trying to cut an undersea Internet cable in the Mediterranean on Wednesday, a military spokesman said. Telecommunications executives meanwhile blamed a weeklong Internet slowdown on damage cau
A squabble between a group fighting spam and a Dutch company that hosts Web sites said to be sending spam has escalated into one of the largest computer attacks on the Internet, causing widespread congestion and jamming crucial infrastructure around
Netflix secured three huge names in sci-fi entertainment this week to produce a new original series called "Sense8" that will start streaming in late 2014.
Copyright troll endangers right to freedom of speech.
Millions of people around the world have been affected by slow internet speeds after an unprecedented attack.
Despite the pervasiveness of law enforcement surveillance of digital communication, the FBI still has a difficult time monitoring Gmail, Google Voice, and Dropbox in real time. But that may change soon, because the bureau says it has made
Yesterday, Yahoo announced it bought a startup called Summly.
Last June, 21-year-old Laina Morris uploaded her first-ever YouTube video for a Justin Bieber contest.
And why their reasoning is not all that surprising
An Internet sales tax is inching its way closer to being the law of the land: The US Senate supported a non-binding vote of approval, 75-to-24, for a law that would allow states to collect taxes from Internet retailers.
Not content with being HBO’s biggest hit in quite some time, Game of Thrones won another arguably more dubious plaudit in 2012, when it was named the most pirated TV show of the year.
Thousands of startup companies see mobile computing as their chance to strike it big. We picked five.
On Wednesday, the CIA's chief technology officer detailed the Agency's vision for collecting and analyzing all of the information people put on the Internet.
In some countries, “the Internet” is confined to certain sites as part of a strategy to help wireless carriers offer starter packages.
A started called Rabbit believes consumers will jump for always-on video chatting that lets you watch movies with an infinite number of friends.
...Call your Senators and tell them NO! NO INTERNET SALES TAX: 202-224-3121 National Internet Tax Mandate (known as the "Marketplace Fairness Act") S336 which would bring about a national tax on all Internet sales.
Not having a TV has led to complete, catastrophic cultural isolation. As an example of this savage, self-caused social disconnect: I never learned to pronounce the name “Duchovny.”
There are rumors currently swirling about "Babble," a codename for Google's new unified chat experience.
With the cost of U.S. movie tickets rising, one startup is looking to revolutionize the market by allowing theatergoers to buy tickets for 30 to 60 percent off.
Information wants to be free. It takes a lot of moving parts to chain it down
Personalized and interactive advertising experiences are becoming a lot more important than just simple banner ads.
A website called the Silk Road appears to enable you to buy drugs as easily as you would buy an item on eBay.