Syrian authorities have cut phone and Internet service in select areas in the past to disrupt rebel communications when regime forces were conducting major operations.
The Internet turned 20 on Tuesday
‘Marketplace Fairness Act’ would allow states to tax online transactions all over the country
Some view announcement with skepticism
‘Interspecies Internet’ received seed funding in February, backing from Peter Gabriel
‘This is a clear example of an invasion of individual property rights’
The ITU’s standard setting is no more responsible for the international success of the Internet, than then-Senator Al Gore was for “inventing the Internet.”
The idea is gaining bipartisan support
Anti-Menendez forces control senator’s name online
FCC wants free WiFi for all - TheDC
New plan for fast, free wireless Internet met with resistance by telecom companies
Looking for standardized testing info? Try this ‘intimacy destination’ instead
A federal judge in New York ruled in July that the service doesn’t appear to violate copyright law
It’s going to be a very long four years
It’s a growing trend based on studies showing that most employers Google prospective hires and nearly all of them won’t bother to go past the first page of results.
Beijing encourages Web use for business and education but tries to block material deemed subversive or obscene.
Countries split on whether to establish further control of web
‘The U.S. must communicate that it is not able to sign the agreement’
China, Russia and Arab states withdraw support after uproar
The much-anticipated telecommunications summit in Dubai has garnered substantial criticism
The U.S. fears any U.N. Internet regulations could complicate commerce and be used by nations such as China and Russia to justify further cyber-crackdowns.