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No one knows for sure what this videos says, but they certainly think they do.
An SEC investigation into the bank closed last year, shortly before it took part in transactions with Kushner Companies.
French authorities seized the France.com domain name after a three-year legal battle but now face a lawsuit from the former owner.
The photo was posted on the YouTube channel "UFOmania – The Truth Is Out There," and got more than 2 million clicks with the warning: "The creature's shape is striking."
"Internet and satellite communication had existed in the days of Mahabharata," Biplab Deb said.
Facebook scoops up users' data as they navigate across the internet, but its far from the only one.
Most had a Reddit karma score of zero, but one had almost reached 100,000.
"This is the most excited I've ever been at any job ever. Ever."
The internet has been weaponized and changes are needed, Berners-Lee warned.
The people and entities in the indictment are the first foreign defendants named in the special counsel's investigation.
Russian bots have been busy tweeting about Parkland, gun control, Florida and Nikolas Cruz, the alleged shooter.
Barlow was the man behind some of the Grateful Dead's hits, but he earned recognition thanks to his fight for open internet rights.
The restaurant of a man who became an internet sensation for seasoning meat is now facing an investigation from the New York City Health Department.
She got emotional birthday wishes from Ava DuVernay, Reese Witherspoon, Bernice King and more.
The president has a radical plan to win the ongoing AI arms race.
"The first thing a refugee asks for upon arrival at a camp is not water or food, but the Wi-Fi password."
AT&T could avoid dealing with state-specific laws regarding net neutrality if Congress passes new legislation.
The controversial founder of Megaupload wants a sum equivalent to about 3.5 percent of New Zealand's economy.
The girl in the video said she hadn't consented to being filmed.
The European Union and the United Kingdom are committing the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars each to quantum tech.
"We're sorry for the trouble today. Our team is investigating now. We'll have things back to normal ASAP!" the company said on Twitter.