The new PirateBrowser is designed to circumvent the censorship imposed on Internet users by certain governments. But don't expect it to provide anonymity.
The Jeu De Paume in Paris posts an artful photograph that happens to feature a topless woman on Facebook. Its account has its head cut off.
Dozens of countries have had closed-door meetings in preparation for an upcoming worldwide debate over changes to a telecommunications treaty, which threaten to block Internet freedom.
A panel of MPs recommends Google should have the book thrown at it over privacy -- and that goes for you too.
A France-based digital-rights group says Twitter removed four Sarkozy-esque accounts after the French president opened his own account last week.
Shadow networks can bypass those that are censored by authorities or attacked by enemies, unlike ordinary cell phone towers in Afghanistan.
The government wants to outsource censorship of the Web to ISPs. Ed Vaizey has proposed a plan to have ISPs delete content from websites if anyone complains.
A Silicon Valley startup MobiTV is currently engaged in an almost comedic yet futile effort to scrub a 31 character "secret" URL from the Internet. Who will win? The Digg/Slashdot crowd or MobiTV?
The German government will give search engines and Internet search providers a blacklist of Web sites to block in an effort to prevent the distribution of child porn.
About 70 public figures in Argentina are in a court battle with Google and Yahoo over whether search engines can be forced to delete allegedly defamatory material about them.