Reports are surfacing that India has become the latest country to enshrine network neutrality in law.
A European proposal (dubbed “E-Evidence”) that would allow the American government to potentially wiretap European citizens is receiving backlash.
In another blow to bring censorship to Canada, the Canadian House of Commons Ethics committee recommended rejecting Internet censorship.
If you are a UK resident, you may soon be asking a shopkeeper to buy a so-called “porn pass” if you wish to view explicit material online.
The FCC’s network neutrality repeal has now been published in the federal register. This signals the next stage in the battle to save the Internet in the US.
For those following the roller coaster of a debate surrounding the TPP, the text has recently been released. We take a look at what was made public.
It is looking like Spain may become the latest country to have ISPs block access to filesharing and streaming sites.
The company says that financial information wasn’t compromised, but other sensitive information has been stolen.
8 websites that offer streaming or torrents are going to be blocked. This is thanks to an injunction granted by an Irish judge.
If you are clicking on some links via Twitter, you might have gotten a phishing security warning over the weekend. Apparently, Bit.ly was blocked by mistake.