Austria is seeking ways to make digital services like Alphabet Inc.'s Google or Facebook Inc. pay taxes for transactions with the nation's internet users, trying to plug gaps in a tax system still designed for brick-and-mortar business.
The FCC has announced that they will vote on overturning net neutrality rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally. If passed, ISPs would be allowed to give or sell access to "fast lanes" and block traffic to others.
Youtube personalities and channels are seeing a huge decrease in ad revenue to the point where people are calling this the Adpocalypse. What is the solution? Will this spell the end for youtubers?
YouTube is launching a new campaign to tackle internet safety and issues around fake news, the video streaming site has announced.
Five to 10 years ago, independent bloggers used to be able to get by on internet advertising, like the broadsheets of yore.
Privacy advocates were aghast when President Trump signed a bill on April 3 that overturned restrictions on data sharing by internet service providers (ISPs).
Google will not remove InfoWars from its search engine results, Maxwell Tani of Business Insider reports:
Microsoft for the first time ever Thursday disclosed receiving a National Security Letter, making the tech titan the latest of its ilk to acknowledge being served with a secret request for customer data.
Truly, necessity is the mother of invention. So ISPs can now sell your browser history without your consent, but users figure out how pollute it so that its worthless and misleading. ? TN Editor
At the age of 21, David Pakman started a little Massachusetts community radio talk program. While the young broadcaster got his show syndicated on a few public radio stations, it was a YouTube channel he began in 2009, "The David Pakman Show," th
Warning! The feed to my YouTube live stream was hacked into and an uninvited troll jumped into the show. I will share with you how it happened so you can prevent it happening to your live stream on YouTube. I also share the ways I figured out who tro
Oh no, Google Burger King is unveiling a horrible, genius, infuriating, hilarious, and maybe very poorly thought-out ad today that's designed to intentionally set off Google Homes and Android phones.
Facebook is not exactly the champion of user privacy, but at least in one case, the company did go to bat for its users. Facebook took New York law enforcement to court over secret warrants that allowed authorities to collect user data.
After death, and taxes, we can now add a third 'certainty' to life - identity theft.
We've previously highlighted how payment service providers like Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, and others go beyond the law to isolate and effectively censor websites that infringe their sometimes arbitrary standards.
Scuttlebutt is slang for gossip, particularly among sailors. It is also the name of a peer-to-peer system ideal for social graphs, identity and messaging. Scuttlebutt was created by Dominic Tarr, a Node.js developer with more than 600 modules publish
After Congress voted to kill broadband privacy protections, the internet has been abuzz with several people running misleading campaigns to buy Congress' internet history.
William Binney (Retired NSA Whistleblower) on the surveillance state - David Irvine (MAIDSAFE) provides an update on the decentralized internet
Corporate tracking of your online activity is about to get even more invasive.
A Republican Congress has pushed through another Technocrat initiative to make your browser history public without your consent. This means that corporations as well as government will have access to everything you are putting into your mind via the
The creator of the popular game vowed to purchase the browsing history of every member of Congress so they might know what it's like to have one's personal data auctioned off.