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Shodan founder John Matherly pings all devices connected to the Internet.

With Lantern, a former LimeWire developer is helping crowdsource Internet access in areas facing online censorship.

Issues with some servers that do BGP routing may have caused some Internet users headaches.

New White House online privacy policy strips out the legalese.

A new report says advertisers now spend more online than on broadcast TV. But not all TV.

The FTC charges the operators of with scamming users.

Most paying customers had ways around the crash. Freeloaders didn't.

A different way to look at global Internet infrastructure

Internet monitoring services show Syria has gone almost completely dark.

But support for Internet openness says nothing about the actual conditions in-country, which is arguably the more important metric. And the reality is somewhat depressing.

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