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Los Angeles-based Web-hosting company DreamHost reset the FTP and shell access passwords for all of its customers on Friday after detecting unauthorized activity within one of its databases.
Google is continuing to weed out its services and on Friday announced it will shut down Picnik, Google Message Continuity and Needlebase.
Mozilla extolled the impact of its 12-hour participation in Wednesday's anti-SOPA strike, saying Firefox users and fans generated more than a third-of-a-million emails to Congress.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has postponed a vote on the controversial Protect IP Act, scheduled for Tuesday.
Twitter has acquired Summify, a startup that summarizes content in people's Google, Facebook and Twitter social media feeds and delivers a daily digest.
A day after an estimated 10,000 websites went dark and more than 7 million people signed a Google.com petition opposing two controversial copyright enforcement proposals.
Lawmakers opposing the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act have introduced alternative legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Opponents of the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act cheered Wednesday's Web blackout as a turning point in the debate over the two controversial copyright protection bills.
Beleaguered supporters of two online antipiracy bills today downplayed widespread protests against the legislation and insisted the opposition is misguided.
Some U.S. lawmakers have ad a change of heart about the controversial copyright enforcement bills.
Like several other big websites, Wikipedia is blacked-out on Wednesday in order to protest the SOPA and PIPA legislation before Congress. Here's how to get your knowledge fix anyway.
Lawmakers behind the controversial SOPA and PIPA bills are hopeful that the legislation will move forward after some of their most contentious portions were dropped.
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has left the company, the latest dramatic change at the top executive level of the embattled Internet company.
Several of the world's largest ISPs and websites have committed to permanently enabling IPv6 on their products.
Wikipedia has decided to black out the English version of the online encyclopedia for 24 hours on Wednesday to protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act.