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.
The outcome of the Dubai gathering is far from certain.
Assad regime, rebels blamed each other for cutting off access nationwide
Activists say Assad’s regime pulled the plug on the Internet on Thursday, perhaps in preparation for a major offensive.
Tajikistan has low levels of Internet penetration, but the former Soviet republic’s authorities have nonetheless proven nervous over critical reporting
Backers viewed proposal as a vehicle to ensure broadband coverage in underserved areas
Neither side in the television vs. Internet advertising debate has it right.
‘I even found a recipe for catfood cupcakes!’
The Internet Association is meant to be ‘unified voice of the Internet economy’
Five issues that the GOP should incorporate into its platform.
Manifesto is meant to be a conservative response to the ‘Declaration of Internet Freedom’
Tens of thousands of Americans may lose their Internet service unless they do a quick check of their computers
‘The Declaration of Internet Freedom’ is five principles meant to guide policy
The drafting and debating of proposals in preparation for the Dubai conference have taken place largely behind closed doors.
The legislation has been labeled as necessary for the country’s national security