The cat-and-mouse game between WikiLeaks and its detractors continues. The site found itself without a domain name after its registrar, EveryDNS shut down WikiLeaks.org Thursday night, saying attacks on the site were threatening other customers. More specifically, the services were … Continue reading
After a morning of spotty service, Wikileaks reported Wednesday afternoon that Amazon.com had decided to stop hosting the controversial site on its cloud platform. WikiLeaks servers at Amazon ousted. Free speech the land of the free–fine our $ are now … Continue reading
This weekend’s massive Wikileaks document dump contains — according to Wikileaks — “251,287 leaked United States embassy cables, the largest set of confidential documents ever to be released into the public domain.” With that in mind, here are a few … Continue reading
An 18-minute diversion of Internet traffic through China has raised security concerns around the world — especially for governments and people in critical infrastructure — and raises new concerns for online shoppers just ahead of Cyber Monday. Continue reading
Jeffrey Brown talks to Nicholas Carr, author of “The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains,” which looks through the lens of neuroscience to see how the Internet shapes our brains.
Diane Singleton of Houston, Texas, admits she’s 50-something but not much more. On her Facebook page, however, you can find out where she went to high school and which local businesses she “likes.” Singleton is part of a growing number … Continue reading
The CEOs of Google and Verizon announced a joint set of net neutrality principles Monday that would enshrine in federal law the FCC’s ability to regulate the Internet and enforce open access. The document primarily lays out proposed rules for … Continue reading
A report this morning says Google may be close to a deal with Verizon that would give the search giant preferred access on the service provider’s networks. That news has open-Internet advocates worried and Web-watchers scratching their heads. The New … Continue reading