News media companies in Spain will be able to charge search engines such as Google for displaying copyrighted content under a new law proposed by the Spanish government on Friday.
Trolling on the Internet correlated positively with sadism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism, new research found
MTN has started providing free Wikipedia access to all its subscribers following a campaign by learners at the Sinenjongo High School
For the first time, Facebook Inc is letting users of its online social network identify themselves as a gender other than male and female.
Following the resignation of Seacom CEO Mark Simpson, the group has restructured its senior management roles to power its new growth strategy.
The European Commission called for a dilution of US influence over the organization of the Internet
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters on Wednesday dissociated herself from the bogus Facebook page that was started using her name.
Internet Solutions has announced that it has acquired Antfarm
Bitcoin is being hit by attacks from unknown computer hackers who are sending “mutated” lines of code into the program that runs the virtual currency