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Federal law enforcement agencies are monitoring more email and social media communications than ever before, according to Justice Department documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Kim Dotcom has hinted that a new version of Megaupload is near ready for launch and that lawyers, partners and investors should be ready.
Several of the web's most prolific corporations are sending their own lobbyists to Washington to advance a platform of a free and open internet.
The spat between Japan and China over the Senkaku islands has now gone too far. It has led to the cancellation of the Intel Extreme Masters gaming tournament.
In what appears to be a law enforcement raid on his residence, former prominent Anonymous member Barrett Brown was arrested in Dallas Wednesday night.
Enterprising Chinese hackers have begun hacking new Guild Wars 2 accounts in an impressive online heist just two weeks after the game's official launch.
In the first ever global esports congress, Valencia will host a forum aimed at making esports a household name.
Anonymous has released email correspondence with the New York Times after what they called inaccurate coverage of TrapWire.
The FBI has arrested another member of the LulzSec hacker collective in its ongoing crackdown on cyber crooks.
Blizzard Entertainment is tightening up its compliance with US sanctions on Iran in their online games.
Millions of Americans still lack access to broadband internet. With high prices and a lack of infrastructure, the US is falling behind other developed countries.
In Uganda, where homosexuality is officially illegal, Anonymous attacks government websites.
Anonymous has launched an initial round of DDoS attacks against Ukrainian anti-piracy and government websites, pledging to restore Demonoid.
Footage from the helicopter used in the raid on Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom's home is released to the public for the first time
Following an extended DDoS attack, Demonoid's servers have been seized by the Ukranian government, a move, some say, to appease the US.
Hackers found their way into several MLB teams' Facebook accounts last night, wreaking havoc on Facebook and poking fun at politicians and athletes.
Early Flicker has filed to trademark the brand and mantra belonging to the hacker collective Anonymous. Will Anons let it stand?
Gabe Newell, PC gaming hero and CEO of Valve, says Windows 8 will spell "catastrophe" for PC gaming.
Study compares internet speed and affordability in 22 cities around the world. US cities don't rank too well.
One of the world largest spam botnets, known as Grum, has been brought down after a days long campaign led by security experts and knights of internet justice.