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A coalition of activist groups have issued a "Declaration of Internet Freedom" aimed at lawmakers. Will they listen?
A group of Republican senators have introduced Secure IT, a new piece of cyber security legislation.
Ayatollah Khomeini's infamous death sentence against Salman Rushdie may be carried out by Iranian gamers in the digital world.
Anonymous has declared war on the Japanese government and it's recording industry to protest a new anti-piracy law.
A Dutch political party, Democrats 66, may want to give cyber-attacks legal protection.
Microsoft's latest gadget, the "Surface" tablet, freezes during a presentation.
Browsing history and online behavior monitoring by the web's 50 most-visited websites has exploded.
A Los Angeles court has indicted LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary and could possibly extradite him to the United States.
CBS may broadcast Major League Gaming on national television, potentially giving esports its widest audience yet.
In a video uploaded by a previously unknown YouTube account, a group identifying itself as LulzSec claims to have 3 terabytes of hacked information from governments around the world.
The Stuxnet worm, malware deployed against Iran's computers controlling nuclear centrifuges, was developed by the US and Israel and deployed by a double agent, according to The New York Times.
Experts say there is no doubt that the Flame virus, which targeted Iran's energy sector, was developed by a sophisticated government.
Following cyber attacks against Formula 1 during the Bahrain Grand Prix last month, Anonymous has pledged to attack F1 websites and fans in support of Montreal's student protest movement.
The State Department's online efforts have been misrepresented in the press as sophisticated hacks against militant sympathetic websites.
In an opinion piece, psychologists herald the 'demise of guys' through excessive use of video games and pornography. Are men truly destined for failure because of video games?
An internet freedom nonprofit has purchased a billboard just outside of SOPA sponsor Lamar Smith's Texas office, reminding him not to "mess with the internet." But the billboard is owned by his largest campaign contributor.
Anonymous is claiming to have hacked webservers belonging to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, dumping 1.7 GB of data onto the web for download.
Using a magnetic control system, MIT researchers have learned to levitate and actuate matter in a three dimensional space.
After a days-long DoS attack on the Pirate Bay, a single anti-Anonymous hacker is claiming responsibility and doing so rather loudly.
A new study says "gamification" — the use of game mechanics, feedback loops and rewards to spur interaction and boost engagement — may play a central role in all aspects of our future lives. Does Portal ring any bells?