A new academic study by University of Michigan computer science professor Alex Halderman is uncovering the methods Iran is using to censor its Internet, the Tower reports.
The Airship has uncovered the first White House website created by the Clinton administration in 1994, showing the American public “how far” the Internet has progressed.
If it weren’t for Rep. Ed Markey (D., Mass.), the world would still be without smart-phones, Facebook, Skype, and even Google.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows American voters supporting a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants reached a new low.
The Department of Homeland Security warned Internet Explorer users this week about a new software flaw used in remote cyber attacks as Microsoft issued an advisory on the embattled browser’s software hole.
A majority of United Nations member countries voted to allow governments to close off access to the Internet in their countries last weekend, the Wall Street Journal reported.
A United States-based Internet company is currently hosting a propaganda website operated by the terror group Hezbollah, potentially in violation of a law meant to prevent Americans from providing material support to U.S.-designated terror groups.
The United States will seek to block an “alarming” Russian proposal to give a United Nations telecommunications group control over the Internet, a senior State Department official said on Thursday.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security division seized 70 websites that peddle imitation goods manufactured abroad, according to an agency release.