Net neutrality advocates in Washington have long insisted that eventual government regulations would be simple and easy to understand. Public Knowle... read more »
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Modern CEOs live on airplanes. But in stepping down from the CEO role to become executive chairman, Eric Schmidt's travel schedule is about to go int... read more »
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Updated 1:20 p.m. PT with additional analysis that comes to a different conclusion. Did Google take code from Java when it built Android Oracle sure ... read more »
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In a sign that the new airport screening procedures may be altered, two key politicians told the Transportation Security Administration today that t... read more »
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commentary News that researchers have "discovered" hidden files on the iPhone that store geolocation data of approximate locations the devices pass ... read more »
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Julian Assange, leader of the WikiLeaks project that's published extensive secret details of U.S. military and diplomatic activity, has been arreste... read more »
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Rep. Tom Price, chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee, said yesterday that this week's elections will provide "an opportunity for ... read more »
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This was the message displayed after U.S. authorities seized the domains of the online poker sites. Several founders of the three largest Int... read more »
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President Obama this evening will call for a wealth of new federal spending on biomedical research, information technology, and clean energy technol... read more »
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PayPal, the popular online payment service owned by eBay, has "permanently restricted" the account hitherto used in fund-raising efforts by WikiLeak... read more »
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Following yesterday's letter from four U.S. senators that asked Apple, Google, and Research In Motion to remove applications that could help dru... read more »
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Julian Assange (Credit: Screenshot from &34'60 Minutes&34' interview) Julian Assange should have been arrested in Sweden as soon as a prosecutor ... read more »
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In a victory for the free speech and privacy rights of Amazon.com customers, a federal judge ruled today that the company would not have to turn ove... read more »
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The Do Not Call list easily tops the list of the Federal Trade Commission's popular successes, with one official joking that that it became "the m... read more »
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Google is facing yet another challenge over privacy rights--this one to be played out in a Spanish courtroom, starting tomorrow. The search giant ... read more »
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Every leader enjoys moments of revelation. In the case of Chinese Politburo Standing Committee member Li Changchun, it seems that his came the moment... read more »
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An Internet-fueled backlash against air traveler screening is growing amid signs that the Transportation Security Agency will consider slight change... read more »
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Over the last decade or two, the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly extended the First Amendment's formidable legal shield to the Web. In 1997, ... read more »
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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson at Mobile World Congress 2011 (Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET) AT&T, facing major regulatory scrutiny of its $39 bill... read more »
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Add the Federal Communications Commission to the list of legal headaches for Google caused by its Wi-Fi spying debacle. The Wall Street Journal ... read more »
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