Three members of the “Sparks Group," which cracked movies and TV shows for torrent sites ahead of their release, were arrested in a global law enforcement raid.
While the country deals with a pandemic and mass protests, Sen. Thom Tillis has repeatedly sent letters to the Internet Archive that warn its projects may be illegal.
Caught between the Trump and Maduro regimes, DirecTV cut service in Venezuela during a pandemic, leading to protests and the arrest of three executives who now stand accused of fraud and efforts to destabilize the economy.
Decades of media policy failures have culminated in unhinged misinformation masquerading as news, and many experts don’t see a clear path forward.
Rampant industry consolidation has gutted quality local media, replacing it with fluff and nonsense to the detriment of everyone.
Local communities fought cooperatively against telecom monopoly domination in the 90s. Now rural North Dakotans have better, faster broadband than many U.S. cities.
ICANN scraps the sale of .org in a 'stunning' win for activists and the internet.
Torrenting and illegal streaming sites have seen a huge increase in traffic as people look for something to do while they're stuck inside.
The internet should generally hold up under the load of a pandemic. But content providers say they’re taking extra precautions just to make sure.
NYC Mesh's leaders hope the disaster highlights the need for better, universal broadband free of monopoly domination.
The FCC says it’s ok for libraries to leave their hotspots on, but ignores questions about whether they can extend broadband access to the broader community.
Home users may see problems due to neglected U.S. infrastructure, but the internet overall should be able to weather the storm, experts suggest.