Fabulous people and brands are buying up Internet addresses with controversial endings such as .porn to make sure they don't end up in the hands of someone who could besmirch their names.
Verizon is making changes to its FiOS service. The company will offer new pay TV packages that promise to give customers the flexibility to buy only the groups of channels they actually want to watch.
Many of the U.S. government Web sites that encourage whistleblowers and tipsters to submit information about fraud, waste and abuse lack basic online security to protect users' info and identities.
The FCC's new Net neutrality rules won't go into effect until June 12, but lawyers are already getting involved. So far, two ISPs and four trade groups have filed six separate lawsuits.
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