What is an IP address—and how do you find it?
You know you have one, but you might not know what it is.
On Apr 9, 2017 by John-Michael Bond
Tech community tells Senate not to let FBI demand internet records without a warrant
Opponents to the legislation include Facebook, Google, and Yahoo.
On Jun 7, 2016 by Eric Geller
House approves a bill requiring Congress to approve major Internet transition
Congress is paying close attention as the Obama administration enacts a major Internet plan.
On Jun 23, 2015 by Eric Geller
Mystery hackers take down state government sites
The operation appears to boil down to malicious mischief.
On Mar 25, 2015 by Miles Klee
LinkedIn says Taliban militant’s networking profile was likely a hoax
And here we were about to endorse him for "Human Atrocities."
On Jan 5, 2015 by Miles Klee
How to get a phony identity with just one click
You can always be more anonymous.
On Sep 22, 2014 by Miles Klee
Russian government caught editing Wikipedia pages about flight MH17
Who was responsible for the deadliest attack in the Ukrainian war? Depends who you ask.
On Jul 19, 2014 by Miles Klee
Bitcoin may not be anonymous after all
Researchers just discovered a major hole in Bitcoin’s anonymity.
On Jun 17, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
Facebook handed info from 18,715 accounts over to the government last year
At least they're not poking you.
On Apr 14, 2014 by Miles Klee
How New Jersey keeps online gamblers from crossing digital state lines
Can the Garden State ensure that gamblers don't jump its digital fence?
On Nov 26, 2013 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
New York cracks down on businesses that review themselves online
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announces that companies will pay $350,000 in fines for "astroturfing."
On Sep 23, 2013 by Miles Klee
“Copyright troll” law firm fails to show up to court
Attorneys from notorious "copyright troll" firm Prenda Law failed to show up for a date in federal court.
On Mar 12, 2013 by Kevin Collier
“Copyright trolls” demand list of everyone who visited blogs
Prenda Law, a notorious "copyright troll" firm, is demanding the IP addresses of everyone who visited two WordPress-hosted blogs that criticized them.
On Mar 7, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Sweden outs an accused pirate for the first time ever
Sweden's perfect track record of not requiring Internet Service Providers to name alleged illegal downloaders has been broken by the country's Supreme Court.
On Dec 21, 2012 by Kevin Collier