by Lauren C. Williams Posted on September 29, 2014 Updated: September 29, 2014
Photos and videos of the protesters and riot police are going viral anyway.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on September 25, 2014 Updated: September 26, 2014
Because the law doesn't properly define "networked computers," and that's all the Internet is, the entire Internet would be cleared for spying.
by Zack Ford Posted on September 12, 2014 Updated: September 12, 2014
Composer Stephen Schwartz, writing on behalf of the Dramatists Guild, has criticized a high school that censored a "Spamalot" production over its gay content.
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by Zack Ford Posted on August 21, 2014
A Pennsylvania school's officials claimed they didn't cancel a production of "Spamalot" over its "homosexual themes," but their emails suggest otherwise.
by Zack Ford Posted on July 2, 2014 Updated: July 4, 2014
Monty Python's Spamalot is apparently inappropriate for high school students, according to one Pennsylvania school district.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on June 4, 2014
China's latest four-day block of Google's sites and apps is being seen as the latest in an increasingly aggressive effort to erase the Tiananmen Massacre from the Internet and public memory.
by Will Freeman Posted on May 30, 2014 Updated: June 2, 2014
Across the globe, people are facing jail time for posting tweets critical of their governments.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on May 7, 2014
Russia's President Vladimir Putin approved a new Internet law Tuesday, further tightening the government’s stranglehold on free and open Web access.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on March 22, 2014
Turkey's citizens continue to face more Internet restrictions Saturday in the wake of this week's Twitter blockade.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on March 21, 2014 Updated: March 21, 2014
Shutting down Twitter in Turkey has only emboldened citizens, proving that government censorship is becoming largely obsolete as way to control political protest.