The Middle Eastern country changes its laws to dictate that anyone who insults or mocks government authorities on the Web may face jail time.
Now that the US government has eased sanctions on tech gadgets, Apple says it will sell Macs, iPhones, and iPads to customers planning to bring those products to the Middle Eastern country.
Congressional commission report says Chinese could conduct cyber warfare so sophisticated that U.S. may unable to respond.
A Chinese Twitter user has been arrested on her wedding day and sentenced to a year of 're-education' -- all for retweeting a joke.
Security experts say cyberattacks on defense contractors fits the pattern of China-related espionage.
In effort to "denounce government censorship of the Internet and to demand more online freedom," Reporters Without Borders is organizing a 24-hour online demonstration.
Reporters Without Borders declares Wednesday as the first Online Free Expression Day. CNET Blog Network contributor Josh Wolf checks in on the demonstration.
Defcon founder and Homeland Security adviser Jeff Moss reflects on how he got into hacking, says the Internet's "age of innocence" is over, and has a message for Google and other big Web sites.