Hackers and scammers have been busy during the pandemic
Playing catch-up after Covid-19
Publishers say the Internet Archive's National Emergency Library constitutes 'willful mass copyright infringement'
Is a digital lender any different than a traditional library?
Facebook doesn't want to be an "arbiter of truth," but will verify the identities of people behind popular Pages
Posts from unverified Pages will have limited reach
Hulu's first social feature
The popular app shows no signs of slowing down
As GDPR turns two, some are doubting the Irish Data Protection Commission's ability to enforce rules
Companies like Google and Facebook could face big fines
And they're doing a pretty good job
Micro-comb technology gives fiber optics a speed boost
File this under 'just because you can doesn't mean you should'
Twitter is testing feature that restricts who can reply to tweets, and it could spell trouble for politicians
A potential First Amendment violation?
A unified look and feel across all Disney streaming platforms
Companies are scrambling to retrain facial recognition systems
A big win for Spotify's podcast movement
Original content can apparently only take you so far
Walmart wants to focus on its own brand
The Internet survived the pandemic, with some help
Bad news for malware-laced and poorly coded ads
The company told publishers it would handle the production costs
A single vote made all the difference
It's great for tab minimalists and hoarders alike