Well, that meeting of the Federal Communications Commission earlier today was certainly a lot of sound and fury signifying next to nothing.
The Wall Street Journal appears to be saving money by dispensing with journalists and using human drop boxes instead.
The highest court in Europe has ordered Google to honor requests to be removed from search engine results. People may now ask the mega-corporation to delete search results in which they are listed. This ruling will not require such pages to be re
On Thursday, the FCC will vote on new rules that will have lasting effects on the way broadband internet in the U.S. is regulated.
Hear How 20-Year-Old Mark Zuckerberg Described Facebook In This Throwback Interview
Anonymously spilling personal gossip and corporate secrets online is all fun and games–until someone gets a subpoena.
People in Europe can now ask Google to delete sensitive information from its internet search results, a European court ruled on Tuesday.
The National Security Agency is scanning your email. Google and Facebook are hoarding your personal data. And online advertisers are selling your shopping habits to the highest bidder.
Democrats are thinking about using Internet balloting in 2016 to expand their voter base and select a president -- prompting Republicans to consider such a strategy to keep from losing ground.
There are a burgeoning number of ways to receive content streamed from the internet to your living room TV, and no single provider is proving significantly dominant.
Jeff Berwick has a post regarding YouTube and Statebook Facebook banning Adam Kokesh’s pages and Josie the Outlaw’s as well. I believe that everything is back up except for Adam Kokesh’s CIAbook Facebook page. Berwick suggests having a free
The video was evidence used in the case before Justice Hart, and this piece of evidence in a New York courtroom was uploaded to YouTube, and embedded in my post. As of yesterday, poof, it was gone. No notice. No letter. No email. No, questions aske
I’ve been getting text messages from concerned friends and fans for the last several hours about the official ADAM VS THE MAN Facebook page being down.
Mediabridge Products posted an official statement about this incident to its Facebook page, clarifying its position and saying that Amazon has revoked its selling privileges. The company says it did not actually sue the Amazon reviewer,
A Bunch Of High School Guys Held An 'NFL-Style' Draft To Pick Prom Dates — And Their School Is Outraged
An idea the government has been kicking around since 2011 is finally making its debut. Calling this move ill-timed would be the most gracious way of putting it.
ESA has announced the inauguration of its “Ham TV” broadcasts from its Columbus laboratory module on the International Space Station (ISS), which will allow the station to talk to amateur radio operators using video equipment, as well as providing sp
Internet application and content companies, what some refer to as “edge providers,” are increasingly concerned by the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) newfound ability to regulate the Internet, and rightfully so.
Government officials, reacting to the growing voice of conservative news outlets, especially on the internet, are angling to curtail the media's exemption from federal election laws governing political organizations, a potentially chilling interventi
The FCC's Michael O’Rielly, one of two Republican commissioners since being sworn into office last November, today warned against the commission using what he called "newly invented authority to regulate the Internet."
DuckDuckGo, The Search Engine That Doesn't Track You Like Google Does, Just Got A Lot Better
Here's What You Need To Know About Yik Yak — The Anonymous Gossip App Wreaking Havoc On High Schools Everywhere
Government agents are listening to our phone calls, reading our emails, and checking our web histories. In this digital age, has our security come at the cost of suspending the 4th Amendment?
Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) is proposing a new bill that would send government web bots across the internet looking for hate speech or material allegedly determined to be advocating or encouraging “violent acts.” Once identified, the Congressman wants r
The internet knows a lot about you. It takes outlaw tactics to opt out.
Democrats are mulling using online voting to expand participation in the 2016 caucuses.
Storj promises cloud storage that’s 10-100x cheaper than Dropbox, 100% secure, encrypted, and decentralized. Which means your files can’t be subpoenaed. Individuals will be able to rent out their spare hard drive space to Storj
Last week, an obscure but potentially internet-transforming document was leaked from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. It revealed that government regulators are considering rules that would give big companies a chance to make their online
Netflix is now paying two major internet providers for a more direct path into the homes of all those people watching movies and TV shows on its popular video streaming service.