In a surprise statement in favor of net neutrality, President Obama calls for the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify Internet service as a utility.
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Twitter posits that even if the government requests zero national security letters, it wants the freedom to disclose that information.
A new report says the majority of attacks experienced by higher education institutions come from malware infections, and most universities are ill equipped to prevent and handle such attacks.
In the contentious, long-running court case of Riley vs. California, the SCOTUS ruled cellphones and smartphones cannot be searched by police without a warrant during arrests.
Kaplan says the deal makes it the largest provider of test prep worldwide as well as one of the largest players in the coding bootcamp market.
Documents unsealed by a federal court in Seattle reveal Microsoft successfully litigated an information request from the FBI on one of its enterprise customers.
While HP's payout settles investigations with U.S. regulators, settlements with international authorities remain.
At least four Indonesian ISPs have blocked access to YouTube for carrying a Dutch lawmaker's film that accuses the Koran of inciting violence.(From Reuters)
Cybersyn, a project that included a clunky mainframe computer and a network of telex machines, was in the early 1970s a part of an experiment to help manage Chile's economy.(From The New York Times)
As the country becomes a democracy, anonymous comments in online forums are proving difficult for a new government to cope with.(From Reuters)