Google is resisting a national security letter (NSL) from the FBI demanding that it offer up private information about its users.
We already live in our own personal social media reality bubbles. Now Twitter is providing entire countries with their own reality bubbles.
Editor’s Pick The only time you’re likely to see Gawker on Reddit these days is if its in reference to the self-imposed ban many users have placed on all the news organization’s websites.
Russia’s parliament has approved an Internet censorship bill ostensibly aimed at porn, drugs, and hate speech that critics claim will also be used to stifle dissent and freedom of speech.
Twitter is becoming quite the tightrope artist with new technology that will help it better walk the thin line between supporting free speech and honoring takedown requests.
Israeli legal center Shurat HaDin has threatened to sue Twitter for allowing alleged terrorist groups to use the service.
User-generated encyclopedia Wikipedia shut down its Italian website yesterday to protest a proposed privacy law drafted by the Italian government, reports The Atlantic.
Guest Post (Editor’s note: Curtis Smolar is a partner at Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley. He submitted this column to VentureBeat.)