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Outernet wants to use tiny satellites to take the whole world online—even in countries where dictators wish they wouldn’t.
Most of the country is still waiting for the sort of super-fast gigabit internet connections available in places like Kansas City, Kansas and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Say hello to two-step verification and more.
Edward Snowden warns in a new TV interview that the National Security Agency can track people no matter how well they hide their online presence.
Hong Kong has the world's fastest Internet. Internet on the moon is 10 times faster.
Citizens of countries like China and North Korea that have censored online activity could be given free and unrestricted cyberspace.
Facebook is one place where people no longer have to choose between being male or female. In fact, those who wish to identify their genders otherwise now have more than 50 choices. "Some people are more comfortable being known for their gender than o
Nothing beats a movie recommendation from a friend who knows your tastes. At least not yet. Netflix wants to change that, aiming to build an online recommendation engine that outperforms even your closest friends.
Mozilla's Firefox browser has been a thorn in the side of the digital advertising industry ever since it decided to automatically block all third party cookies a year ago.
Alibaba – the massive Chinese online retailer – confirmed to Re/Code that it's creating a new, U.S. e-commerce site called 11 Main.
José Padilha’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop opens in theaters tomorrow, but a very different kind of RoboCop has been making the rounds online. Our RoboCop Remake is a crowdsourced remake of the 1987 original, combining the work of more than ..
BitTorrent was best known as an internet protocol that let people swap pirated movies and music at the expense of big Hollywood studios and record labels.
Although the documents were openly indexed by Google, Laurelli would soon be in the French government’s crosshairs for publishing them. He eventually faced criminal charges, though he was later acquitted of those. However, a separate
Internet and technology based companies have begun releasing details on U.S. government requests for customer data.
Mozilla, maker of the popular Firefox web browser, is putting its weight behind new efforts to significantly improve the speed of the country’s internet connections.
Next Monday a new law will go into effect that officials hope will help to correct bad grammar on the Internet. H.B. LOLZ42 covers everything from the addition and combination of words, to Internet emoticons.
We’ve warned since 2009 (and see this) that the government could be launching cyber “false flag attacks” in order to justify a crackdown on the Internet and discredit web activists.
FreeSpeechMe is a free open-source plug-in for Firefox that allows you to effortlessly view Dot-Bit websites. Dot-Bit is a new type of website that, unlike Dot-Com or Dot-Net (etc), is NOT controlled by any government or corporation.
My dad created my Facebook account in 2004.
Webvan is a name synonymous with dotcom failure. At the turn of the millennium, the heavily funded startup and its many investors bet that the time was right to sell groceries online. They were wrong. Very wrong.
The legislation in Kansas that would have made it nearly impossible for cities and towns in that state to offer broadband service to residents was originally scheduled for debate in the Senate today. That hearing ended up being canceled after public
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2 days after Internet porn-blocking campaigner MP Perry announced ISP filters were not overblocking content, the government has announced it is. It's such a problem the government is creating a whitelist of sites that should be protected,
From the very beginning, Facebook has stood for two things: 1. Permanence. 2. Identity.
The CSEC “follow[ed] IDs backward and forward” tracking them to “local hotels, domestic airports, local transportation hubs, local Internet cafés.” CSEC concluded: “Can then take seeds from these airports and repeat to cover whole world.”
Usernames and passwords of some of Yahoo's email customers have been stolen and used to gather personal information about people those Yahoo mail users have recently corresponded with, the company said Thursday.
Gary is the author of (among other books) The Thank You Economy
App permission requires access to SMS messages.
A Dutch court lifted a ban on The Pirate Bay, ruling the ban had proven “ineffective,” reports Tweakers. Dutch ISPs XS4ALL and Ziggo are now allowed to give their subscribers access to file-sharing website, and XS4ALL says it has already