Tech companies and privacy groups petition the White House and Congress, urging "greater transparency" over secret demands for accessing private user data.
They're among a number of companies that disappoint with their privacy practices, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation -- which likes what it sees from Twitter and others.
The company's latest transparency report shows nearly 21,000 government requests for user data during the first half of the year.
As the Internet prepares to celebrate World IPv6 Day next week, law enforcement is worried the transition could hinder legitimate investigations. Some tech companies agree it's a concern.
A little-noticed section of the Stop Online Piracy Act could require deep-packet inspection and blocking IP addresses of copyright-infringing Web sites, a significant change from earlier versions.
Google and Internet provider Sonic.net are the latest companies to be swept up in a criminal investigation relating to WikiLeaks.
MTVi is launching a multimillion-dollar ad campaign for its music information site SonicNet. The ad campaign will feature popular artists, such as Christina Aguilera, Sting, Yo-Yo Ma and James Brown, touting the slogan: "me music, it's mine." The commercials will air on national and local broadcast outlets during popular TV shows, such as "Frasier," "ER" and "Ally McBeal."
A CNET reporter learns some important lessons from AT&T: you don't always need phone service to get DSL, and dealing with customer service can be extremely frustrating.
Viacom's SonicNet is the latest Net radio site to go from streaming songs to pitching tunes for download--a stepping stone in its strategy to put music listeners one click away from buying digital tracks.
America Online has struck a deal with SonicNet, a unit of TCI, for the music site to become an anchor tenant on the online giant's proprietary service. SonicNet will be featured on AOL's music channel, where users can access the company's music news, album reviews, artist chats, and live concert Webcasts, as well as music video and audio clips. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.