By Lauren C. Williams on February 11, 2014
The Day We Fight Back represents the latest wave of tech activism in memory of Aaron Swartz.
By Lauren C. Williams on February 7, 2014
Congressional Democrats joined the fight to maintain an open internet by introducing two bills that would temporarily restore the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules.
By Lauren C. Williams on January 15, 2014
Sandwich chain Au Bon Pain keeps patrons using its free WiFi from looking at LGBT and abortion sites.
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By Nicole Flatow on January 14, 2014
The court struck down a key rule that required broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic the same regardless of the source. But advocates say the FCC could still remedy the problem with a regulatory fix.
By Lauren C. Williams on January 7, 2014
AT&T's toll-free mobile data plan for customers risks getting shutdown by the FCC.
By Hayes Brown on October 25, 2013
The NSA leaks were meant to stop domestic surveillance of Americans. They may wind up completely changing the Internet as we now understand it.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 25, 2013
Comcast's "Internet Plus" package would let customers buy internet service, broadcast television, HBO, and video on demand.
By Hayes Brown on September 18, 2013
Does the Federal government believe that terrorists are sharing resumes on the social networking site LinkedIn? LinkedIn wants to let its users know.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on September 17, 2013
It's fine to shame racist sentiments about Nina Davuluri, the first Indian-American Miss America. But let's get smarter about how to do it.
By Adam Peck on August 19, 2013
"I think our founding fathers are turning over in their graves right now," said Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY).