The company becomes the first to accept a law that might give Putin extraordinary surveillance and censorship powers.
Judge Vernon Broderick exercised SOPA-like power in taking DVDFab off the internet.
This is hardly a surprise.
That riot-starting little piece of content from last year is giving Google all kinds of grief.
Why is the IRS disobeying the court?
The only thing worse than making Wikipedia angry is making Reddit angry.
Hint: It's not you.
Twitter just released its second ever transparency report, and guess what? It's insanely transparent.
A week after Aaron Swartz's tragic and untimely death, the same collective of Internet activists that helped bring down SOPA are rising up against a new cause. How they might do it all over again.
The Pirate Bay is entering a new era as it moves all of its data from in-house servers in Sweden into the cloud in a move designed, in part, to evade the copyright cops. It all happened very quietly on Tuesday, and except for the five or so minutes o…