After warning Web blacklists would end the "viability of the Internet," the Internet Society hires the Hollywood figure who defends them and accuses critics of spreading "misinformation."
According to Sen. Patrick Leahy, the hearing will give the Senate Judiciary Committee a chance to discuss Net neutrality, among other issues.
Blowback in handling of corporate espionage case forces Microsoft to promise stronger policies protecting privacy of Hotmail account holders.
OS X does not include many options for managing accounts and passwords, but you can do so with the free Workgroup Manager tool from Apple.
The struggling Web pioneer says in a brief statement that its criticized work-at-office directive is what's best for Yahoo.
Relative ease in relations among government and private interests in the Internet ecosystem are a welcome change of pace at CES. But it could be the calm before the storm.
In response to a query from a New York City-based tech group, the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates outline how their respective policies will benefit tech innovators and entrepreneurs.
The lower-cost Mac Mini offers respectable budget performance and Apple's usual compelling design, but a puny hard drive and a lack of HDMI hurt this system's value and overall potential. It's actually more versatile next to its budget-priced Windows competition than the higher-end Mac Mini, but this entry-level Mac is still best left to Apple loyalists.
Hollywood's ex-chief technology policy officer has become the latest critic of controversial Web site blocking laws, arguing they're incompatible "with the health of the Internet."
The kind of technology we adopt says much about the kind of society that we are: what we value, how we talk to each other, and more.