Motherboard has obtained a leaked presentation internet service providers are using to try and lobby lawmakers against a form of encrypted browsing data.
The Silicon Valley giant is protecting a site linked to a known neo-Nazi terror group from virtual attacks aimed at knocking it offline.
Cloudflare is facing renewed pressure to stop providing their services to 8chan, which if removed, would likely make it harder for the site administrators to keep the message board online.
Cloudflare’s general counsel confirms that it terminated service to Switter because of FOSTA.
Switter had more than 47,000 members, many looking for a safe alternative to Twitter and other big internet platforms, before Cloudflare terminated its service. The organization behind Switter is blaming SESTA/FOSTA.
Supporters tell Sci-Hub to “stay strong” while academic publications celebrate their victory.
Websites are hijacking computers to mine digital coins.
Starting today, Cloudflare is making protection against DDoS attacks free, regardless of how bad they are.
This week on Radio Motherboard, we talk about whether corporations should decide who gets to stay online.
The same companies that took action against the Daily Stormer are enabling the dissemination of hacked celebrity nude photos.
“I am deeply concerned that I had the authority and the power to wake up one morning and say, 'You know what, I'm done. I'm sick of this. So fuck 'em. They're off the internet.'”