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The Indian government's internet block affecting nearly 300 million citizens was lifted on Vimeo but still alleges Pastebin, Internet Archive and others to host terrorist content.
For the first time, a French internet user has been sentenced to have their internet access suspended for two weeks. But whether the ban ever comes to pass remains to be seen.
Skype, Viber, WhatsApp and similar OTT messenger players reportedly face a ban in the kingdom unless operators can allow authorities to censor them.
The Chinese government has unexpectedly lifted its ban on Internet Movie Database (IMDb), more than three years after blocking the movie information site allegedly for featuring politically sensitive content.
In a severe threat to online freedoms in the region, the European Parliament is set to vote in the next week on 'a ban on all forms of pornography in the media'.
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A new proposed Internet bill would result in a ban on all federal legislation regulating the Internet for 2 years. Sounds good in theory, right? Wrong.
An Israeli company sold internet surveillance products to Iran despite a trade ban, a report has suggested.According to Bloomberg, the Israeli security firm Allot sold its NetEnforcer deep packet inspection (DPI) equipment to Iranians via a Danish distributor called RanTek, which repackaged the kit.
Cyber-stalkers, fraudsters and other criminals could be banned from accessing the internet, under proposals being considered by the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office.As part of the UK's Cyber Security Strategy, the government may broaden the scope of how it can enforce Serious Crime Prevention Orders to block criminals, sex offenders and others from accessing the internet, it announced on Friday.
A telecommunication security panel setup by the Indian government has made recommendations on banning and blocking of services like Skype, BlackBerry, Nokia mail, Gmail which have been opposed by the Home Ministry and the Information Bureau as they don't overcome current problems.
After postponing service ban on BlackBerry, India government now turns focus on search giant, Internet telephony company and other virtual private networks with demands for access to data, AFP reported.
Minutes from meeting between government and telcos suggest search giant and Internet telephony company next on list of companies to be blocked in the country following ban on Research In Motion, according to news report.
New rules will ban discrimination by application or type of content on Internet networks. The votes are in place. Net neutrality will become the law by next year.
s the 2006 ban on Internet gambling Constitutional? Online gaming interests have argued that the federal law is impermissibly vague and violates an individual's privacy rights when gambling in the privacy of home. But Tuesday, a three-judge panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals found the law is constitutional.
Four weeks after banning Wikipedia, Britain's child pornography blacklist has led one ISP to ban the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, everyone's favorite 85 billion-page time-waster of web history that dates back to 1996.According to multiple customers of Demon Internet, owned by British telecom company Thus, via an article in The Register (UK), the London-based ISP is blocking access to all sites stored in the archive.
Britain's Internet Watch Foundation has rescinded a ban on an image of a nude girl from a 1976 record album that appeared on a Wikipedia page on the band, the Scorpions.
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When politicians can come out against sex offenders in some way, that's always a good thing for the press officer. The latest nice-idea-in-concept-but-how-do-you-enforce-it law comes from New Jersey, which joins Nevada and Florida in barring certain sex offenders from using the Internet, AP reports.
The House unanimously passed a seven-year extension of a ban on Internet taxes, in harmony with a bill passed by the Senate last week. The bill goes to President Bush for approval, just two days before the existing tax moratorium is scheduled to expire, Computerworld reports.
John Lovelock, the head of the Federation Against Software Theft, explains why ISPs should ban those accused of illegal file-sharing
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