Lawmakers are seeking to invade the privacy of citizens with a bill requiring them to pay the government for the privilege of viewing pornography online.
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
YouTube advertisements had hidden viruses that hijacked your computer's CPU and made it secretly mine cryptocurrency. Has your computer been running very slow while you watch YouTube, this might be why.
I can live stream on YouTube again, but should I. I share the details of them lifting my strike and YouTube's apathetic attitude about it.
China has had its share of ponzi-like investment scheme blow ups in the past, most recently last April as we described in "Investors Rage After 3 Billion Yuan Vanish From China's Largest Private Bank" and previously in "Chinese Investors Find Out Th
Stanford University's Center for Internet and Society says, "The whole point of a smart city is that everything that can be collected will be collected." This is exactly what TN has stated over and over for the last two years. The Technocrat mi
I've got a movie recommendation for you: Watch Wormwood, a fantastic Netflix original. Set aside time for binge watching because once you start, you will want to continue watching to the end.
Users of social media have been increasingly reporting that their accounts have been either censored, blocked or suspended during the past year. Initially, some believed that the incidents might be technical in nature, with overloaded servers struggl
Claims she didn't mean white people but then admits she meant white people
Community-owned internet service providers are cheaper and better.
XBT.com, one of the web's most desirable domain names, is up for sale. Its current owners, XBT Holding SA, are seeking 200 BTC - or about $2.9 million - for the site. The domain is coveted partially because XBT is the abbreviation that many ins
Joyless social justice freaks are so intent on ruining everything, they've declared war on a fun meme. In their anodyne, drab world EVERYTHING that might offend someone has to be banned. If we let them win, comedy and satire is dead.
It's that time of year: when we look back at what kind of porn everyone watched last year.
Google, the most powerful search engine in the world, is now displaying fact checks for conservative publications in its results.
A group the corporations are a part of will sue the FCC, but where were they during the fight to protect net neutrality in the first place?
Cable and satellite TV providers are ringing in the new year with an unwelcome gift: higher cable bills.
Fort Collins, Colorado, with a population of 161,000 is moving ahead with a plan for municipal gigabit internet. They aim to have it fully deployed to all households within 5 years.
Helps video of idiot celebrity laughing at suicide victim go viral
The best "TTP" of all is one that does not exist, but the necessity for which has been eliminated by the protocol design, or which has been automated and distributed amongst the parties to a protocol. The latter strategy has given rise to the mos
At the rate the Internet is going, soon it will be impossible to access the Internet. All conservative opinions will be eliminated along with their websites. However, there is a new Internet being launched 63 miles into space which will prove to be a
Reports say mobile services like Telegram have been shut down as protests continue across the country.
Ok everybody, grit your teeth, this is going to be very, very painful. Google is escalating its campaign of internet censorship, announcing that it will expand its workforce of human censors to over 10,000, the internet giant announced on December 4
Are people searching more for news about bitcoin or North Korea?
Mel here. A comment on social media by someone named Ricky Logsdon struck me as a near perfect summation of how it feels to wake up… and inspired me to make this video so I could share it with you all.
"Everything Has Gone Wrong... We've Centralized All Our Data To A Guy Named Zuckerberg"
You've seen it by now, maybe enough times to be sick of it: A man walks down a city street with his girlfriend, head turned backward, face curved into a Tex Avery ogle directed at a woman walking the other direction. This is the "distracted boyfrie
OneWeb, the company aiming to bring the internet to the 31% of the world's population who don't have access to 3G connectivity, is moving one step closer to bringing its satellite services back to Earth.
Censorship on social media continues. Instagram just removed a meme I posted three months ago. Look which one!
At the 2007 EG conference, Kevin Kelly shares a fun stat: The World Wide Web, as we know it, is only 5,000 days old. Now, Kelly asks, how can we predict what's coming in the next 5,000 days?