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Wikimedia Foundation expresses deep concerns about India’s proposed intermediary liability rules

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Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit group that operates Wikipedia and a number of other projects, has urged the Indian government to rethink the proposed changes...

Russia starts testing its own internal internet

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Russia has begun testing a national internet system that would function as an alternative to the broader web, according to local news reports. Exactly...

Vape lung is on the decline as CDC report fixes blame...

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The CDC has issued a set of reports showing that the lung disease associated with vaping seems to be declining from peak rates, and...

Robocall-crushing TRACED act passes Senate and heads to Oval Office

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Somehow during all the partisan furor of the last few days, the Senate found a moment to vote some bipartisan legislation into law —...

India gets more aggressive with internet shutdowns to curb protests

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India, the world’s largest democracy, continues to normalize shutting down internet and suspending mobile communications for tens of millions of citizens in the country...

Union-busting chairman of Samsung Electronics gets 18 months for labor law...

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The latest Samsung Electronics executive to go to prison for one of a variety of crimes is Lee Sang-hoon, chairman of the company’s board....

Instagram hides false content behind warnings, except for politicians

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Instagram is giving politicians the same free rein to spread misinformation as its parent company Facebook. Instagram is expanding its limited fact-checking test in...

India shuts down internet once again, this time in Assam and...

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India maintained a shutdown of the internet in the states of Assam and Meghalaya on Friday, now into 36 hours, to control protests over...

YouTube asks the FTC to clarify how video creators should comply...

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YouTube is asking the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for further clarification and better guidance to help video creators understand how to comply with the...

Another US court says police cannot force suspects to turn over...

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The highest court in Pennsylvania has ruled that the state’s law enforcement cannot force suspects to turn over their passwords that would unlock their...