On Thursday, I wrote about how David Little at the Chico Enterprise-Record issued a decree in his Januray 20 column declaring that Britney Spears would go unmentioned for at least an entire month in the newspaper's print publication. After salvaging my e
Social network takes step toward cleaning up its messy app directory by ensuring that lousy widgets don't just get buzz because they make you tell your friends about them.
Online auction giant's move to ban seller feedback on customers is praised by buyers but criticized by sellers.
After digital-media maven posted copious screenshots of Facebook profile on Gawker, blog reports that social-networking site is ready to crack down on such violations.
Guess what? The people in control of passes to the event don't take kindly to pranking.
On the heels of banking scandals that shook confidence in the virtual world's economy, its publisher puts the kibosh on in-world financial institutions.
Henry Hyde, 83, died on Thursday, leaving behind a federal law that penalizes Internet discussions of abortion with five years in prison. The law's still on the books today.
A year after 13-year-old victim of adult-created online hoax commits suicide, her suburban St. Louis town passes a law banning such harassment.
House approval means most consumers will continue receiving tax-free Net connection bills. President is expected to sign off before current law expires this week.
Cars with old-fashioned diesel engines and poor emissions will be fined for entering city limits.