The country lost online access on Wednesday, according to Internet monitoring company Renesys.
Thanks to a three-decade-old executive order, researchers say, Fourth Amendment protections against warrantless domestic surveillance may not be as strong as first thought.
Internet, mobile, and landline networks have been inaccessible in the war-torn country.
Analysts at Arbor Networks were guessing on how a network in Pakistan likely may have goofed and blocked access to YouTube around the world.
Federal officials are poised to implement DNSSEC across the .gov domain by the end of 2009, but is the government in over its head?
Why can't governments mimic Pakistan Telecom's denial of service attack against YouTube? Because it's the kind of thing that Internet's network operators will detect and stop.
Infrastructure 2.0 is a movement to address issues with today's core network infrastructure in addressing the dynamic, automated nature of operations models like cloud computing.
YouTube becoming unreachable isn't the first time that Internet addresses were hijacked. But if it spurs interest in better security, it may be the last.
Visitors to popular U.S. sites were routed to sites behind China's firewall, prompting some to wonder if China was trying to hijack Web traffic after Google's move to Hong Kong.
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