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“Internet access is not a human right,” wrote Vinton Cerf in an OpEd in the New York Times on Thursday. Cerf is a prominent computer scientist who worked on the DARPA project that gave rise to the Internet, and is
Since most people focus on how the Internet is changing the world, few focus on the reverse ? how much the world is changing the Internet. The Internet's phenomenal transformative impact on the world has been revolutionary and consequently pretty
US Internet users are continuing to fall for online scams, especially if the promised prize is a chance at a hip new gadget such as a tablet computer, according to a new study. (more...)
Consumer-based Internet technologies are morphing into new uses in energy conservation, transportation, health care, traffic management and food distribution. (more...)
Internet neutrality may be the First Amendment issue of our time, says Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota. In this column, Leslie Harris of the Center for Democracy and Technology debunks some of the myths about keep the Internet open for