Netsweeper is blocking content in 30 countries, according to a new report from Toronto-based research group Citizen Lab.
A California court said the 2014 Canadian order “threatens free speech on the global internet.”
"You can’t shut somebody up because you don’t like what they’re saying,” the judge said on Thursday.
A coalition of powerful organizations wants to block piracy websites in Canada.
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
This block looks like something out of Mortal Kombat.
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and soon... Bitcoin Gold.
Facebook and Twitter are hurting those they should be protecting.
Bitcoin takes another hit abroad.
Bell is taking a hardline approach to copyright and piracy.
This cute lifehack will protect you from anyone who wants to listen in through your Amazon Echo.
Should Canadian courts be able to block links worldwide?