Resolution was signed by 85 countries, including the U.S., Brazil, and Turkey.
Rumors that a small U.N. agency called the International Telecommunications Union could be given the power to regulate the Internet and invade users' privacy aren't all they're cracked up to be.
With support from Russia and China, the international proposal will be voted on by the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee this week.
Calling the organization a "Senate for Global Corruption," a group of hackers released 1,000 emails and personal information belonging to United Nations development program officials. The good news? Judging from one screengrab, someone's looking for a new puppy!
Amid the Syrian uprising, Arab-speaking people from around the world are phoning in support to the city of Homs, thanks to a new Facebook event page.
When a United Nations resolution condemning the Syrian goverment was vetoed, all took to Twitter—again— to vent.