The web was once considered a less commercial medium. Today, consumers are inundated with targeted pop-ups, comments and more.
First responders demand action after Verizon throttles data speeds for the fire department during a natural disaster in Santa Clara County, Calif.
An exclusive new report finds the multinational is storing your location data—even when you explicitly tell it not to.
As Google faced an internal employee revolt over its involvement in the Pentagon’s drone warfare program, WestExec—a firm headed by veterans of the Obama administration—stepped in to help. The case highlights the deep ties between the tech industry and government officials, says Yasha Levine.
Two recently released studies paint a new, somewhat hopeful picture of Americans' thoughts on climate change, and the change of heart is long overdue.
What will happen to the flow of information when sea levels rise and leave the internet's vital cables and traffic hubs underwater?
In 30 of 48 examined countries, Oxford researchers discover evidence of political parties using "computational propaganda" during elections or referendums.
Add Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the list of current and potential Trump administration members working to do away with an open internet for good.
U.S. intelligence officials call the Russian bots and trolls testing the waters a top concern, but they haven’t uncovered a clear, coordinated effort to mess with the campaign.
Tim Berners-Lee is fighting for a freer, more open internet.