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The Internet drama precipitated by WikiLeaks' release of classified U.S. diplomatic cables has been called the first "global cyberwar." But at closer look it's really more of an amateur brawl.
Gawker Media, the cluster of news blogsites that helped define the emergent era of Internet news, has become the victim of an even more cutting edge Web phenomenon — it was hacked over the weekend, and the passwords of its staff and users and the private communications of its editors were posted online.
A spam attack on Twitter shows why it's wise to use different passwords for Internet accounts.
Federal regulators are considering a number of conditions to ensure that Comcast Corp. cannot use its control over NBC's vast media empire to stifle the growth of online video. Their key concerns:
Gawker Media Inc. is urging subscribers to change their passwords because someone has managed to hack into the company's user database.
It won't be long before video from the Internet is always within reach _ whether it's on a smart phone, a tablet computer or a high-end television in your living room.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Friday demanded that Google provide access to data the company said it accidentally collected from public Wi-Fi networks.
Qualcomm is offering to refund customers who bought its portable TV sets, ahead of shutting down the broadcasts on March 27.
Oracle wants to make SAP's $1.3 billion penalty for stealing intellectual property even bigger.