Ex pro-Putin Internet troll seeks to expose Kremlin 'propaganda factory'

A Russian freelance journalist who claims she went undercover as a pro-government Internet troll says she is suing her former employer in a bid to expose the workings of the Kremlin`s online army.

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British schoolgirls who fled to Syria contact family
British schoolgirls who fled to Syria contact family

Three UK schoolgirls, who had fled to Syria to join Islamic State (IS) militants earlier this year, have reportedly made contact with their families.

10 things a digital nomad must know
10 things a digital nomad must know

It’s the little details that people often get stuck on when planning a major life change like going around the world, or becoming a digital nomad.  

UN slams Nauru for Facebook ban, stifling dissent

The United Nations on Monday criticised the tiny Pacific nation of Nauru for blocking access to the Internet, including Facebook, and urged it to reverse a clampdown on freedom of speech.

Prez favours WiFi facilities in public places across country

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday favoured rolling out of WiFi facilities in public places across the country to increase Internet penetration among the population and transform the country into "digital India".

President's Estate to be fully wi-fi zone from today

Around 1,000-odd households located within the sprawling 330 acres of President's Estate will enjoy 100 percent wireless Internet facility from Friday.

Want safer web? Take data control into your own hands

As per researchers, when it comes to keeping online information safe from hackers and other criminals, it's up to the individual user to keep his or her data secure.

Women form only a third of India's internet population: Google
Women form only a third of India's internet population: Google

Only one-third of the total Indian population with access to the internet are women, says a survey conducted by Google.

China to invest USD 70 billion to improve Internet

China on Wednesday said it would invest USD 70 billion to increase Internet speeds and expand broadband access in rural areas by this year, as the country strives to boost growth by unleashing the potential of its more than 648 million web users.

Public Wi-Fi can be used to steal information: IT expert
Public Wi-Fi can be used to steal information: IT expert

Public Wi-Fi can be very risky if users are not fully aware of it and could be used to steal private information from consumers, according to a leading IT expert.

MIT scientists solve mystery of the dress that split Internet

MIT scientists have cracked the science behind the dress that went viral on the internet after some saw it as black and blue while others perceived it to be gold and white.

Twitter harassment on the rise: Study
Twitter harassment on the rise: Study

Do you feel you are being harassed on Twitter? If yes, you are not alone, a study said.

Internet must be governed: BJP
Internet must be governed: BJP

 BJP today said internet must be governed as it is "extremely important" for governance but it should done in a way that does not compromise on the spirit of freedom of speech and expression.

Myntra shutting down desktop site, to go 'app only' from Friday
Myntra shutting down desktop site, to go 'app only' from Friday

Myntra, the fashion and lifestyle online shopping website has decided to go mobile app only from Friday, 15th May, confirming months of speculation about the company’s expected move.

One year of Modi govt: Exclusive talk with IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

One year on, how has Modi govt fared? In an exclusive interview with Zee Media, Ravi Shankar Prasad talks about the achievements of his ministry.

'Licence regime for OTTs to result in negative consequences'

Bringing over-the-top (OTT) players like WhatsApp and Skype under a licensing regime will result in "negative unforeseen consequences" for technology start-ups and ecosystem, Internet service providers have said.

Web monitoring mobile apps for parents
Web monitoring mobile apps for parents

A number of start ups are jumping into the market for feature loaded mobile applications that enable parents to monitor their children's activities on the Internet.

US asks China to investigate cyber attack targeting American sites

The United States has asked Beijing to investigate reports that China interfered with Internet content hosted outside the country and used it to attack U.S. websites, the State Department said on Friday.

Drunken Austrian football mascot`s season is over
Drunken Austrian football mascot`s season is over

The mascot for a top-flight Austrian football side whose drunken pitch performance last weekend went viral on the Internet will not appear again this season, Austria Vienna said Friday.