A media professor assembled a list of known purveyors of fake news for the sake of her students. But it's now public, and has grown to include nearly 150 websites.
A survey points out just how tied we are to the internet.
Conventional wisdom says to never read the comment sections, but that's where Trump supporters were begging to be heard throughout the campaign.
Engineers take millimeter-wave wireless into the wilds of southern Virginia.
Finally, the warrants and affidavits related to the FBI’s use of malware on TorMail have been unsealed.
The coordinated international law enforcement effort isn't as much a wide crackdown as it is a series of warning shots.
The ballot measures will circumvent a state law banning cities from competing with Comcast and other big telecom companies.
Canada’s Heritage Minister is debating an ISP tax to fund Canadian content. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
The North Dakota protests are about more than climate change and free speech. They speak to racist assumptions about who’s tech savvy and who’s not.
There's no evidence that dark web 'hitman' services have ever resulted in anyone being killed, but this case shows some are interested in the business.