Are we facing the beginning of the end of a free and open Internet?
Thursday on The Five, the panel discussed whether the power the internet gives each individual to express themselves and make personal connections is being corrupted by so-called ‘trolls’, or people who use the web to spread inflammatory messages and harass others.
In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly examined how the Internet makes evil stronger. "In the future, those who reject the online addiction will prosper. Those who succumb to it will fail. We are looking at a brave new world and, believe me, you're going to have to be brave to endure it."
Former President Bill Clinton expressed concern over the Obama administration’s announcement that the Internet domain system will be ceded to an international agency in 2015.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning to weigh in on the Obama administration's move to cede U.S. control of the management of Internet domains.
The U.S. government plans to open up the body that manages Internet names and addresses to the global Internet community.
Is it the end of the Internet as we know it? That’s how some critics are describing a major federal court ruling. The court determined that Internet providers are free to block or slow down access to virtually any website
The Obama administration is looking to fine tech companies unless they make eavesdropping on Americans easier.
According to Judge Napolitano, the Obama administration is asking to have the ability to request information on emails and phone calls despite the fact that that they may not have the time or evidence to get a search warrant. “If the internet provider said no, go get a search warrant, they wanted to be able to fine that provider,” Napolitano explained.
According to The Washington Post, a government task force is pushing for a law that would pressure Internet companies to let the government wiretap online communications.