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Group: U.S. anti-Internet piracy campaign violates First Amendment

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal court to return two domain names seized as part of the U.S. government’s “Operation in Our Sites,” an ongoing campaign against websites that illegally provide access to copyrighted material. “This misguided intellectual property enforcement effort is causing serious collateral damage to free…

107 trillion emails sent last year: Pingdom

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Internet users sent a total of 107 trillion emails last year, most of them spam, according to a Web monitoring service. The number of emails sent last year were among the facts and figures about the Internet gathered by Pingdom from various sources and published Thursday at…

As Internet ‘hypergiants’ proliferate, attacks on human rights increasingly common: study

Amid the rise of the Internet’s “hypergiants” — the massive Internet service providers (ISPs) and network operators at the core of Earth’s global communications platform — smaller media organizations and human rights groups have found themselves on the network’s outer fringes, and frequently the targets of devastating cyber-attacks. That’s according…

Swiss Supporters: WikiLeaks Server Goes Down

Swiss WikiLeaks supporters say France-based server has gone offline, switching to backup. GENEVA — WikiLeaks’s main server in France has gone offline, preventing many users from accessing the U.S. State Department cables and other documents the site has posted online, a group of Swiss supporters said Sunday. The president of…

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