Internet

Facebook Ads Put You in the Spotlight

The social network's new "social ads," which create the appearance of user endorsement, could run afoul of state law.

Daily News Brief: Hillary Clinton Opens Rebuttal Website

Clinton counters media reports on new website, TiVo offers lifetime subscription, nVidia hits the $1 billion mark, AMD sued for birth defects, and much more!

Daily News Brief: Manhunt 2 too Taboo for Target

Target refuses to carry Manhunt 2, Prince serves legal notice to fan sites, Google's coming to a gas pump near you, and more!

Daily News Brief: Lasers Attack Viruses!

Researchers use lasers to target viruses, Canadian ISP throttles P2P traffic, Microsoft defends Facebook purchase, PCs on decline in Japan, and more!

Senators Call for Probe of Private Censorship

After several telecommunications companies are revealed to be discriminating which content they'll transmit, two senators start the investigative ball rolling.

News in Porn Law

The Sixth Circuit invalidates a law imposing strict record-keeping requirements on pornographers. Smut peddlers rejoice.

1-Click Shopping For All

After a blogger files for reexamination, Amazon's One-Click patent is invalidated by the PTO.

DoJ Pooh-Poohs Net Neutrality Regulations

The DoJ Antitrust Division doesn't think net neutrality will help consumers, because we all know how competitive the telcom market is.

The Final Word

New online service offers a chance for redemtion from beyond the grave. Or simply talk some smack after you've kicked the bucket.

How to Become An Internet Tycoon

With this new technology from Meraki Networks, you can become a small-scale ISP.