Experts Fear Russia May Target Undersea Cables That Connect the WorldU.S. and Western officials are increasingly troubled by Russia's interest in the fiber-optic cables that carry most of world's calls, e-mails and texts, as well as $10 trillion worth of daily financial transactions.
California Bill Looks To Preserve Net-Neutrality RulesA San Francisco state senator has introduced legislation that looks to maintain net-neutrality rules recently scuttled by the Federal Communications Commission.
AIM Officially Shuts Down, But Its Influence Lives OnAIM will officially shut down on Friday after 20 years in service, marking the end of an era for those who came of age in a time before Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
Silicon Valley Begins Battle To Restore Net Neutrality Following FCC RepealSanta Clara County announced its intention to file a lawsuit against the FCC's vote Thursday to repeal regulations for net neutrality.
As Net Neutrality Vote Nears, Some Brace For Long FightThe Thursday vote scheduled at the Federal Communications Commission could usher in big changes in how Americans use the internet.
Net Neutrality Supporters Speak Up As FCC Set To Strike Down RulesActivists hope the growing outcry will push Congress to intervene and will show support for stricter regulation down the road.
Trump FCC Chair Unveils Plan To Repeal Net NeutralityThe chairman of the Federal Communications Commission set out Tuesday to scrap rules around open internet access, a move that would allow giant cable and telecom companies to throttle broadband speeds and favor their own services if they wish.
SFPD Arrests 5 Suspected Of Targeting Minors Over InternetThe San Francisco Police Department’s internet crimes against children unit arrested five individuals on suspicion of contacting minors over the internet for sexual purposes in the month of August.
San Francisco Mom Takes On Disney Over App TrackingA San Francisco mom has filed a lawsuit against Disney and three developers claiming a popular app was collecting tracking data on her young daughter.
Pew: 1 In 4 African-American Adults Have Been Harassed OnlineA new study says African-American adults are facing more harassment online than other races and ethnicities in the United States.
San Francisco Mayor Joins Fight To Save Net NeutralitySan Francisco Mayor Ed Lee submitted a letter urging the Federal Communications Commission to protect free access to the internet.
Plan To Install 50,000 Cell Towers In California Faces OppositionUp to 50,000 cell phone towers coming to cities across California. But will you get a say on where they pop up?
Cellphone, Internet Customers Experience Outages Across U.S.Cellphone and Internet customers experienced widespread outages across the U.S. on Monday.
App Aims To Curb Cellphone AddictionIt's no secret that most of us spend a lot of time glued to our smartphones. Now a new app, Onward, is aiming to curb that addiction. Here's how it works.
FCC Vote Kicks Off Battle Over Net NeutralityA federal agency voted to kick off the repeal of "net neutrality" rules designed to keep broadband providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from interfering with the internet.