School president apologies for a "sophisticated" security breach that exposed the sensitive personal information faculty, staff, and students at the school since 1998.
Vivendi, which owns the world's largest music group, rejects the offer despite its $2 billion premium, the Financial Times reports.
Feature at the center of a patent spat with Apple over its use in the Galaxy Nexus has been removed from the smartphone in an over-the-air software update.
Inside a sweeping education statute are requirements for universities to police their networks and educate students on copyright law.
The hosting site successfully fights a copyright claim by Universal Music Group over a YouTube video.
Members of Congress announce the Global Internet Freedom Caucus and a bill to spend federal dollars on research to "defeat Internet suppression and censorship."
When you pay to download a court document, the next person won't have to, thanks to a Firefox browser plug-in that's a collaborative project of Princeton University and the Internet Archive.
The Federal Trade Commission has Pricewert, an alleged rogue ISP, shut down by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division.
The FCC and Justice Department give the OK to the new joint venture between Comcast and NBC Universal but put several conditions on the deal.
Newly apparent D.C. focus centers on widespread and faster connectivity, seemingly at the expense of strict Net neutrality regulation, Stanford law fellow Larry Downes observes.