Whether it is free speech, efficiency in business, live updates on what’s happening in the world, or simply chatting with friends, social media is at the center of a [...]
Google has come out swinging against a United Nations (UN) led effort to decide the future of the open Internet at behind-closed-doors December meeting.
Yesterday regulators in the EU charged Microsoft with a breach of promise to consumer in not having provided rival browser choices. The ruling, handed down by EU antitrust [...]
Micro blogging network Twitter did something rather extraordinary yesterday, their decision to block Germans from seeing tweets by a neo-Nazi group setting many precedents. [...]
Under fire from regulators, Facebook agreed to switch off its face recognition feature for its users in the European Union.
Microsoft’s move to offer cloud computing services in China may have made a big splash in the media last week, but it also raises a troubling set of questions about corporate [...]
All the news that is news about Apple today tells of iPhone 5′s release in San Francisco. However, just as company boss Tim Cook took to the stage to show off the new hand [...]
Google, Amazon, eBay, Facebook, and other massive Internet companies are forming a U.S. lobby group known as the Internet Association.
The United Nations Human Rights Council affirmed that people should have the same human rights while using the Internet and in other technologies as they do offline, including [...]
Countries that have been infamous for censoring content, such as China, have continued to put their requests forward with Google.