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Technically Incorrect: In Britain, it seems the judiciary can be injudicious when it comes to using technology at work.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee must have spouted things Sen. John McCain has heard before. He was caught playing iPhone poker. On Twitter, he complains that he lost.
A possibly optimistic lawsuit brought by a Nashville lawyer insists that all Apple products should have an antiporn filter.
New app includes tab that provides on-demand access to the softcore programming that earned the cable channel the moniker "Skinemax."
A politician who helped pass severe antipornography laws resigns after he was photographed viewing porn on his computer during a parliamentary debate.
Sometimes technology can defeat even the most intelligent. A visiting professor at a Dutch university is exposed, as his private viewing was there for all to see.
A growing movement, supported by the prime minister, is lobbying for online porn to be blocked and opt-in, rather than readily available. Can this possibly come about?
Thanks to Rep. Jared Polis, the official committee record of the U.S. House of Representatives for SOPA includes the lyrics to "The Internet is for Porn."
By a unanimous vote, the California Senate adds sexting to the list of infractions for which a student can be expelled.
ICANN's board ends more than seven years of wrangling and reversals by voting to approve .xxx domains.