In cyberwar, it’s hard to protect against collateral damage. But if the goal isn’t protecting citizens — who are also Internet users — then what is it?
While free Wi-Fi sounds like a great idea, even secured public networks can make for easy access to all types of private data.
According to a survey, most Americans think privacy policies protect their personal data, even though they often do the opposite.
While the plan still awaits approval, LinkNYC is hoping to convert telephone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots throughout New York City.
A timeline of the growth and decline of instant messengers.
Though San Francisco is home to many tech startups (and very close to Silicon Valley), it has terrible Internet speeds.
It’s not poor infrastructure causing slow Internet connections, it’s poor connectivity between competing ISPs.
While the net neutrality doctrine hasn’t been very effective, hopefully the FCC will have a better solution soon.
The digital world is getting more inclusive than the real world: Estonia announced the world’s first e-residency status to anyone who wants to visit its borders.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is on a mission to bring the whole world online. How you can save six hours a week on social media planning. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.