Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a blunt defense of unfettered Internet access Thursday in a speech at Washington's Newseum, saying the United States will defend the right to information around the world. The speech comes in the wake…
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President Obama, speaking Monday at a town hall-style forum with Chinese university students in Shanghai, made a pitch for greater access to the Internet and social-networking sites, calling such freedom a source of strength.
Robert Frank: Why has Apple restricted its popular iPhone to just a single wireless network in both the United States and the United Kingdom? Apple was shrewd to take this step. When it first hit the market in the…
In the lead-up to the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen protests on June 4, concerns over Chinese censorship of the Internet are running strong, although problems with unpredictable Web access and other matters are proving just as tricky.
By PBS NewsHour
Using Internet technology to advance voter participation in the 2008 election, seven Democratic candidates participated in a "virtual town hall" Tuesday night to answer questions about the war on Iraq.
When Internet filters in schools and libraries are set at their most restrictive levels, they can block some of the health information that young people seek when they go online, according to a study released by the Henry J. Kaiser…
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S Supreme Court Tuesday struck down a congressional ban that made it a crime to distribute or possess computer-generated images of minors engaged in sexual acts.
If you get most of your news from Web sites like this one, a new study says you're not alone.
President Clinton today proposed requiring Internet sites to obtain federal approval for selling prescription drugs or face severe fines.
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