In a new Pew Internet and American Life Project survey, leading technology thinkers, business people, and activists agreed that the Internet will will bring both great promise and problems in the year 2020. Lee Raine, the director of the Pew…
The board of directors of the Tribune Co., the corporate parent of the Los Angeles Times, met Thursday to discuss cuts at the newspaper. But the editorial staff is fighting back. Media experts discuss the standoff.
Music chain Tower Records filed for bankruptcy for the second time on Sunday. An expert discusses how digital downloads and large-scale music distributors are changing the music industry.
Winner of Connecticut's Democratic primary, Ned Lamont, who spent $4 million of his own money in a successful bid to oust incumbent three-term Senator Joe Lieberman, discusses the Senate race ahead of him as he challenges a Republican candidate and…
The Senate Commerce Committee started deliberations Thursday on a bill overhauling the 1996 Telecommunications Act that could allow broadband providers to use a tiered pricing plan on Internet content.
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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