Following days of street protests demanding an end to autocratic rule by President Hosni Mubarak, a country of more than 80 million people has found... 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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President Obama talks jobs and the economy with some of the nation&39's top tech leaders. Seated at the president's left is Apple CEO Steve Jobs' a... read more »
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Some Americans would pay less for digital purchases from iTunes, Amazon.com, and other online stores in the future, if a bill that two U.S. senato... read more »
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LG&39's Lotus Elite, one of the phones Sony believes is infringing on its patents. (Credit: Josh P. Miller/CNET) Sony wasn't about to let 2010 expi... read more »
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A judge has granted Google's request for a temporary court order that puts a freeze on a contract the U.S. Interior Department planned to award to... read more »
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Somehow, with all the strange, otherworldly people standing for office in American elections Tuesday, one ballot measure has not received quite the e... read more »
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Netflix has been sued by the National Association of the Deaf for failing to offer closed-captioning on enough of its streaming content. In a laws... read more »
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In a long-awaited decision that could shape the debate over Internet taxes, a New York appeals court today reinstated Amazon.com and Overstock's law... read more »
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Congressional Republicans are starting to condemn the Obama administration for not doing enough to curb WikiLeaks. In a calculated affront to of... read more »
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Google and the state of Connecticut have reached an agreement that won't force a courtroom showdown over Google's Wi-Fi spying scandal. Connecticut ... read more »
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The FBI has seized a server in Texas as part of its hunt for the groups behind the pro-WikiLeaks denial-of-service attacks launched in December agai... read more »
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Faced with mounting legal bills, Julian Assange has agreed to a $1.5 million deal to write his autobiography. "I don't want to write this book, bu... read more »
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A screenshot of Google Street View with a blurred-out house (Credit: Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) Perhaps no Google product has spawned a... 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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WikiLeaks encountered another round of criticism in Washington political circles today as the two senators who head the Senate Intelligence Commit... 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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An advocacy group has filed a complaint with the FCC that argues Verizon Wireless shouldn't be allowed to block tethering apps that let people co... 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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Heads up, Skype. Shortly after releasing software for audio and video chat as an open-source project called WebRTC as open-source software, Goog... read more »
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