Ethiopia’s government is increasing online restrictions, a move that may slow the country’s economic progress while underscoring the need for an Internet Bill of Rights.
The Declaration of Internet Freedom seeks to protect online users from government and corporate interference, suggesting unfettered Internet access should be a basic human right.
Your online personal data could ruin your finances, as companies seeking to turn big profits on your information run afoul of fair credit reporting practices.
Carriers continue to petition lawmakers to loosen regulations and alleviate spectrum shortage constraints, but a new app may do a more effective job easing the problem.
Phones come in handy in a crisis, as long as they work, and Japan is striving to build networks that work in the most extreme of conditions.
Nearly 30 million Americans, or one in six mobile users, experienced “bill shock,” a sudden and unexpected jump in monthly cellular bills, and the Federal Communications Commission is battling to combat the problem.
The openness of the Internet is under threat from Facebook and Apple, and government control, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said, claiming the U.S. could turn into China or Iran. But is it really that bad?
A new law bans drivers in Chapel Hill, N.C., from using any type of cell phone while behind the wheel, as governments grow increasingly concerned about road safety.
Certain prescription drugs may soon be available to consumers through digital kiosks, rather than a doctor’s diagnosis, underscoring the methods technology is transforming healthcare.
California’s phone ban is saving lives, according to reports, pointing to the benefits of government regulation to fuel similar support in other states.