internet blackout

"We worked closely with our partner to minimize the outage’s impact to our broader user base,” the spokesperson said. “We
Beginning around 8:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, Renesys, one of those Internet monitors, reported that 95 percent of the country
In September 2009, an incident of mass hysteria erupted in Urumchi, the regional capitol of East Turkestan in northwestern China.
Multiple Internet monitoring services are reporting that the Internet has gone down in Syria.
BGPMon confirmed it as well, as did networking firm Akamai. Multiple Internet monitoring services are reporting that the
Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian joins Ahmed to discuss why Internet privacy is so important.
The online protest of CISPA is so much smaller because a long list of major companies actually support the bill. Those companies
The YouTube account "anonops" published a video (above) as well calling for support. Various Anonymous-related accounts are
“If you get to where the government is cutting cables in order to shut out Internet access to the U.S.," she said, "you’ve
"Unless they can create an electronic signal jam for the whole country, plus cut all the wires to the whole country, there's
For many of us, a day without Internet will be a huge challenge. A previous Mobile Mindset study conducted by Lookout found
We couldn't agree more. So HuffPost has joined with Laurie and every Friday afternoon, just in time for dinner, our editors
For libertarians, there is new hope in the power of a self-organizing and self-regulating Internet to stand up for itself against invasive governments and powerful legacy industries that seek to manage our options as consumers.
The Justice Department would engage in a process called DNS (Domain Name System) blocking to shut down sites, a tactic which
See what other lawmakers are saying about the controversial legislation: Sens. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) also
"Our purpose here isn't to make it completely impossible for people to read Wikipedia," the site notes, "and it's okay for
Disclosure: HuffPost's parent company, AOL Inc., is lobbying against SOPA and PIPA. Rubio called for Senate Majority Leader
Today's nationwide protest of Internet blacklist legislation is part of a brewing movement to keep control over the Internet out of the hands of corporations and governments. It's a struggle that puts Internet users before information gatekeepers.
Renesys is still piecing together the data that can confirm or deny much of what was reported through the course of the day Sunday in Libya, but one thing is clear: something very strange was going on with Tripoli residents' Internet access.
Starting at 3:35 Coordinated Universal Time today, we observed that approximately two-thirds of all Syrian networks became unreachable from the global Internet.