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  • January 12, 2012  

    ICANN, the company that assigns what are called domain names for the Web is making a big change and rolling out a program to dramatically increase the number and kind of names available. However, that could prove to be a costly endeavor for some businesses. Ray Suarez leads a debate over the effects of the new rules. Continue reading

  • June 14, 2011  

    From the Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden to Rep. Anthony Weiner’s scandal, Twitter has been in the news recently for helping break news. While the social media giant’s popularity has soared among politicians, movie stars and people around the world, can the micro-blogging service make money? Spencer Michels reports. Continue reading

  • December 27, 2010  

    The Federal Trade Commission earlier this month proposed the creation of a so-called do-not-track option for Web users. Ray Suarez speaks with FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz and Mike Zaneis, general counsel of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, about the state of Internet privacy practices, concerns and proposed regulation. Continue reading

  • December 13, 2010  

    In the wake of the Gawker Media hacking over the weekend, Jeffrey Brown gets a wider perspective about the vulnerability of online information and the danger of further cyberattacks from James Lewis of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Larry Clinton of the Internet Security Alliance. Continue reading

  • October 18, 2010  

    New privacy breaches have been uncovered for users of the social network Facebook and many of its most popular applications. Geoffrey Fowler of the Wall Street Journal discusses some of his newspaper’s findings with Jeffrey Brown. Continue reading