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How many IP addresses exist per person around the planet paints a picture of just how unevenly the Internet is distributed today.
Federal regulators are rolling out a new online system that will let consumers track the resolution of their cable, phone, or Internet service grievances.
Why the Supreme Court opts to be, as the high court’s highest justice puts it, “late to the harvest of American ingenuity.“
Senior Senate Judiciary Committee members ask Justice, DHS about the surveillance technology referred to by the trade name “Stingray.“
The year was in many ways a mixed bag for the Internet.
The inspiration for the program? The goshawk, a bird of prey with a remarkable ability to navigate through dense woodlands without “smacking into a tree.”
Users in mainland China had been able to use the company’s flagship service through its servers in Hong Kong, but that option appears to have been erased.
The entertainment lobbies’ want to rid the Internet of bootleg movies and music. Getting rid of illicit pharmaceuticals first is a back door way of getting there.
Just how many millions of times the public spoke on the issue has been the subject of fierce debate in recent days.
Vice president’s suggestion that the company should dig into the private lives of journalists sparks a backlash.