In sub-Saharan Africa, 240 million people are entirely without connectivity.
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) has been used in some of the biggest computer cases of the last decade.
Terragraph and Project ARIES aim to provide blanket WiFi coverage to cities and their surrounding areas.
Nearly 50 journalists are in prison in China, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
The founder of SkyFi believes his pack of floating satellites could deliver Internet to all.
For some villagers in the U.K., it would take up to five days to download an HD film.
Regulators worried that Indians might think Facebook is the Internet and never venture outside FB's walled garden.
The far-reaching directive, which covers news, gaming and entertainment, starts next month.
'Editathon' push sees a surge in Ukrainian language content on the site.
One man is letting loose a brave new invention—a whole browser built to block ads.
Though TV revolutionized home life, U.K. teenagers and children now spend more time online.
Drastic security measures could affect French public Wi-Fi as early as January 2016.
The company's shares were up more than 6 percent in extended trading.
Technology may allow for light bulbs to be used as wireless hotspots delivering speeds 100 times faster than Wi-Fi
The project involves balloons that float in the stratosphere and beam down the Internet.
Thus far, more than $3 million has been seized by the FBI.