The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
Sites forced offline include Sweden's second largest torrent site Tankafetast and The Pirate Hub.
Nearly two years after the Snowden revelations, intelligence agencies are being instructed to curtail their surveillance activities.
Young Omanis, raised on social media and disillusioned with arranged marriage, are finding love online.
The country is already planning its own version of the encylopedia site which will '"accurately portray" Russian life.
If the deal goes through, Google will be one step closer to providing internet to billions of people.
Comey calls hackers "sloppy," says they failed to mask their IP addresses.
Khalifa's success is reigniting debate over internet censorship in Lebanon.
Skiplagged.com promotes a travel practice that airlines are not fans of.
From YouTube videos depicting police brutality to defamatory blog posts, 2013 saw a spike in removal requests.
North Korea is "one of the least connected countries in the world."
North Korea's Internet was cut off for several hours on Tuesday
A Google executive wrote a blog post criticising the organisation based on leaks from the Sony hack
Wikipedia co-founder says 'Infobitt' will catch you up on news five times faster than your current method.
'Plague' gives everyone's posts equal footing, allowing users to determine which content should go viral.
It's come after EU lawmakers made draft plans to break up Google
Head of NSA warns that we could soon see cyber attacks regularly attacking critical infrastructure
The company that installed cellphone tracking devices in payphone booths is spearheading the installation of hot spot hub network.
The site is compiling official records into encyclopaedic pages on Russian history and life, to 'reflect the life of the nation more accurately'