Critics are accusing Congress of doing more to please corporations than ensuring the security of their constituents on the internet
Politicians voted by 50-48 to reverse the legislation
'This resolution is a direct attack on consumer rights, on privacy'
A study has found that anyone is capable of trolling under the right circumstances
Nostalgic Nokia 3310 argued to have more benefits than today’s smartphone to be relaunched
Soaring line rental costs and out-of-contract pricing has 'really hammered' consumers
'For young people growing up with technology, this new language comes naturally, but it’s leaving some adults unsure'
'They want to know what's in it for them,' General Carter says.
The Digital Economy Bill under consideration by parliament proposes giving regulation of online pornography to the current regulator of pornographic DVDs
The attacks seem to be practice for a potentially disastrous hack
The new technologies do not entail a radical reshaping of modes of doing things. A driverless car is still a car. The internet and email may improve the speed of communication but it is not as radical as the advent of telephony
Last Friday's hack didn't just bring down some of the biggest websites online; it also revealed a frightening weakness in the Internet of Things
Danish police say they extracted 56,594 images of child pornography and 3,174 videos from the man's computers
The issue appears to be coming from the East side of the US – but is affecting internet services across the world
IoT is making homes, cars and entire industries smarter, but do all objects, from light bulbs to toothbrushes, really need to be connected? And will consumers pay for the services?
Creating a hashtag to encourage online harassment, or urging others to retweet an 'offensive image' are outlined as unacceptable in the guidelines