A video of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech uploaded in honor of Internet Freedom Day has been removed from Vimeo for a Terms of Service violation.
CES kingpin Gary Shapiro talks privacy, patent trolls and the future of the largest tech show in America
Nobody knows CES better than Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association. We talked to him at the opening day of CES to get his take on innovation, user privacy, Washington politics, and the role of CES in the future of consumer…
Though the spotlight was largely on tablets and smartphones this year, 2012 brought a number of changes to the PC world that will hugely impact computers in 2013.
From SOPA, to the failed U.N. Internet takeover, 2012 has been a monumental year for the relationship between the Web and the powers that be in Washington D.C. Here are the five biggest moments.
California Rep. Darrell Issa has released a draft of a new piece of legislation that would prevent Congress from imposing new rules on the Internet for two years. But would such a bill really have the desired effect?
Blockage of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) may have served as the Web's defining political moment of the year, but the anti-SOPA movement appears to have had little to no effect on Congressional elections, with 21 out of 24 SOPA supporters hanging on to…
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom seems to have found a legal loophole that will allow him to relaunch Megaupload under the new domain Me.ga. And it is precisely this kind of loophole that the now-defunct SOPA anti-piracy bill was trying to close.
Step-by-step instructions for installing the Internet Defense League's "cat signal" on your Tumblr blog.
Online, the open range is giving way to cities and subdivisions, and the fight to control the rules of our new communities starts with a simple question: What do you want the Web to become?
Despite what you may have read, Rep. Lamar Smith's Intellectual Property Attache Act is not SOPA in disguise.
Once part of SOPA, Rep. Lamar Smith's "Intellectual Property Attache Act" seeks to further spread U.S. copyright protections around the world.
The Declaration of Internet Freedom movement wants to stop dangerous bills and business practices before they even begin.
In an attempt to recreate the Internet "blackout" that shut down SOPA and PIPA, a group of online activists have created the Internet Defense League, which promises to craft a "Bat-Signal for the Internet" that will warn Web users against bad legislation.
Google has seen a huge spike in takedown requests related to copyright infringement, with more than 1.2 million such requests sent last month alone.
A new study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center puts jobs at the center of the debate around intellectual property protection.