Several websites, big and small, are taking a stance in the new battle over net neutrality with an Internet “slowdown” Wednesday.
Social media users across the Twittersphere reported Facebook was down for about 10 minutes Wednesday afternoon, which ultimately impacts company profits.
A bill that would ban profit making off mugshots is headed to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. There are at least 80 Internet companies that post mugshots and then offer to remove them for a price.
Leafly is sometimes referred to as the Yelp for weed and – like the restaurant and service review site – the portal gives users filters to help find product that best suits their needs.
Zack “Danger” Brown crowdfunded over $50K just to make potato salad…
The boy wizard is all grown up in a new story posted on Rowling’s Pottermore website…
ReservationHop.com invites you to sell your reservation, and for $5-12 you can buy someone else’s. Similar websites already exist in New York City.
The search giant previously had restrictions on such content being advertised on the AdWords service, but not a full ban.
Individuals who have been arrested in Oakland for prostitution-related offenses and been charged by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office will now be featured on the Oakland Police Department’s website.
Eric “Red” Omuro, 53, is now in the custody of the FBI after he failed to show up in the courtroom of U.S. Magistrate Judge Nathanael Cousins at 9:30 a.m. to identify an attorney and enter a plea, according to FBI spokesman Peter Lee.