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.
Rocker Axl Rose Demands Google Take Down Unflattering PicturesAxl Rose is demanding Google take down several unflattering images of him that have been used as part of an internet meme mocking his physical appearance.
Microsoft, Facebook Team Up To Build Undersea Internet CableMicrosoft and Facebook are building a new underwater Internet cable that will cross the Atlantic Ocean, carrying customers' data between North America and Southern Europe.
Yahoo Reaches Deal With Activist Investor Starboard, Adds Board MembersYahoo says it reached an agreement with activist investor Starboard Value to add four new members to its board, including the CEO of Starboard.
California Jurors Using Internet During Trial Could Be FinedJurors who threaten to derail trials by researching them on Google or posting comments about them on Twitter are often dismissed with nothing more than a tongue-lashing from a judge.
Prince's Own Words Describe Mixed Feelings About TechPrince had a fraught relationship with the Internet, and mourning fans searching YouTube to remember his greatest years might be disappointed to find out that much of it isn't there.
UC Davis Pepper-Spraying Flap Prompted Online Image Campaign By UniversityThe University of California, Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to clean its online reputation following the November 2011 pepper-spraying of student protesters on campus, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
Potential Bidding War For Yahoo Heating UpYahoo is one of the iconic brands of Silicon Valley, and still one of the most popular places for users on the web.

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