An international investigation into a sexual predator who had been exploiting children since 2007 will land him in prison for nearly 50 years.
The popular web hosting service GoDaddy yanked from the internet a site that allowed citizens to report violations of Texas' Heartbeat Act.
The law of unintended consequences: California voters okayed theft up to $950 as a misdemeanor, then big-time organized crime sprouted online.
Zhao Wei is one of the most famous entertainers in the nation of 1.4 billion. Overnight, it's as if she's simply disappeared.
Less than a week after the website OnlyFans said it would prohibit pornographic content, the ban has been reversed.
Fact-check the founder of the internet's most well-known fact-checking website and what do you find? Plagiarism under a pseudonym.
Popular Online Meeting Platform Forced to Pay $85 Million in Settlement After Being Accused of Violating User Privacy
The lawsuit alleged the company violated privacy rights by sharing user data with third parties such as Facebook, Google and LinkedIn.
Federal Election Agency Drops Language Banning Voting Equipment That Connects to the Internet: AP Report
The US Election Assistance Commission evidently doesn't care whether American elections are safe and secure.
'This is just one of the recent examples of the evils of communism at play in Cuba. And the lack of action by world leaders is disgraceful.'
A New Zealand professor says Twitter temporarily restricted her account after she mocked Chinese President Xi Jinping.