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How Do Google, Apple and Others Stack Up When it Comes to Protecting Your Privacy?

A new study explores the state of tech industry transparency around the world.

Nina Zipkin

Senate Votes to Reverse FCC Consumer Internet Privacy Rules

The regulations were intended to require more transparency on the part of ISPs.

Nina Zipkin

When Amazon Makes a Mistake, Expect a Prompt, Overly Detailed Response

The internet outage on Tuesday was caused by a programmer's inputting error.

How Changes to Net Neutrality Laws Could Affect Small Businesses

A new administration and a new FCC chairman could roll back recent laws that make sure the internet is a level playing field.

Keegan Green

This Startup Plans to Authenticate the Entire Internet

A closed network of verified commenters will rate the authenticity of the web pages they visit.

Tom Brant

Biz Stone Wants to Make the Internet a More Trustworthy Place

'We should celebrate the serendipity the web provides, yet not condone the hate it may breed,' says the Jelly Industries and Twitter co-founder.

Nina Zipkin

Google Dissects Undersea Cable to Explain the Internet

Guess what, Sen. Stevens? The Internet really is a series of tubes.

Tom Brant

Exploring the Most Popular Websites of the Last 20 Years

These sites can really give you some insight on the rises and falls of some of the biggest businesses in the internet age.

K. Thor Jensen

Google to Run Exclusively on Renewable Energy by 2017

It is ramping up investments in wind and solar power for its data centers.

Tom Brant

Nearly Half the World Is Online

There's almost as many mobile subscriptions as people on Earth, but 3.9 billion remain offline.

Almost Half the World Will Be Online by the End of 2016

In the world's developed countries about 80 percent of the population use the internet.

Reuters

SpaceX Seeks U.S. Approval to Provide Internet from Space

The Calif.-based company, owned and operated by technology entrepreneur Elon Musk, has proposed an orbiting digital communications array that would eventually consist of 4,425 satellites.

Reuters