There's been a lot of talk over the past year or two about "deplatforming," whether (among many other examples) it's the Ron Paul Institute's Daniel McAdams from Twitter -- on the most absurd grounds imaginable -- or Alex Jones from prett
If you use Mozilla Firefox's web browser, you'll want to drop what you are doing right now and update it.
Obama allowed the US contract with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to expire in 2016. ICANN assigns IP addresses and maintains the stability and security of the internet. As planned, the UN picked up that contract and now has
On Feb. 27 2019, radio and TV host Alex Jones appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast for the second time.
Researchers at one of the world's oldest universities hope to launch a technology that allows users to block online "hate speech" much like a computer virus. Users will be able to decide whether or not they want to view content with the help of a han
The General Assembly approved the resolution sponsored by Russia and backed by China, which would set up a committee of international experts in 2020.
Such a network could potentially reach remote and underserved areas.
Big Tech amplified the culture war: now it is putting its thumb on the scale.
Russia will carry out tests on Monday on the reliability of its domestic internet infrastructure in the event that the country is disconnected from the worldwide web, the communications ministry said.
Jerry Day of EMFHelpCenter.com joins us today for an information-packed presentation on the status of 5G implementation in the US and around the world. We also discuss what people can do to protect themselves from RF radiation and its associated conc
Multiple billions of dollars are being spent to weaponize the entertainment industry's streaming war, but there's a new front line in this epic battle that's gone unnoticed.
Two programmers pleaded guilty to copyright charges in association with two illegal streaming services, including one site that had more content than Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, according to the Department of Justice.
The goal is to create a catalog of more than 5 terabytes of searchable, piracy-related metadata.