Yahoo Improves In 4th Quarter Amid Fallout From Security BreachesYahoo's financial performance improved slightly during the fourth quarter while the company dealt with the fallout from massive security breaches.
Southwest Airlines Website CrashesPassengers were not able to access Southwest Airlines' online Tuesday after the airline's website system crashed around noon.
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube And Microsoft Team Up To Fight TerrorismTechnology companies are teaming up to identify and remove online terrorist content, but how they define terrorist content remains unclear.
How A Trump Administration Could Shape The InternetUnder a President Donald Trump, cable and phone companies could gain new power to influence what you do and what you watch online - not to mention how much privacy you have while you're at it.
Yahoo Waited 18 Months Before Investigating Massive Security BreachA regulatory filing raised further questions about why it took Yahoo so long to realize the severity of a 2014 hacking attack.
Trump Is Master Of His Domain Names, Even Ones That Bash HimWhoever owns donaldtrumpsucks.com must really hate Donald Trump, right? Wrong! It's the Donald himself.
Online Privacy May Be Boosted By New FCC Data RulesNew privacy rules may make it easier to escape at least some online tracking.
US Government No Longer In Charge Of Global Internet Address BookFor nearly two decades the United States government was in charge of the official list of website addresses. That is no longer the case.
Tech Savvy Kids Could Bring Malware Back Home From Public WiFiWhat your kids do on their gadgets at school can have an effect on your devices at home.
Fact Check: Why Trump Can't Shut Down The InternetDonald Trump is repeating calls for the U.S. and its allies to cut off internet access to the Islamic State group and other extremist organizations. Problem is, there isn't a way to do it.
Internet Troll Creates Facebook Page Defending Stanford Sex Assault AssailantSupporters of a woman who was sexually assaulted at a Stanford campus party last year are furious over a Facebook page set up to defend her attacker.
Federal Court Upholds Net Neutrality Rules On Internet AccessA federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the government's "net neutrality" rules that require internet providers to treat all web traffic equally.

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