The principal of a Stockton high school stopped distribution of the school newspaper over concerns about a campus safety article which alleged revealed poor communication in lockdown drills and weapon on campus reports.
In response to complaints about San Francisco Public Library visitors openly viewing explicit content, including pornography, the main branch has installed plastic screens to block monitors from people nearby.
Berkeley’s police chief has come under fire after he sent an officer to a newspaper reporter’s home in the middle of the night to demand changes to a story.
Twitter, a tool of choice for dissidents and activists around the world, found itself the target of global outrage Friday after unveiling plans to allow country-specific censorship of tweets that might break local laws.
Many of Silicon Valley’s most successful entrepreneurs and executives are warning of the dangers of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act…
Facebook has stopped letting pharmaceutical companies disable the comment section on its site.
A group of Falun Gong practitioners alleges that Cisco provided networking gear and technical assistance to build and operate an elaborate system of Internet controls used by the Chinese government.
Software companies point out they have no control over how any customer – whether it is a business, individual, or a foreign government – ultimately uses a product.
China already has some of the world’s strictest Internet controls and blocks many popular social media sites, including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
You’ve heard of “.com” and “.org.” Joining them soon will be “.xxx” for pornographic websites.