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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is leading the charge on making a virtual Internet to better protect the real Internet.
Maryland officials are working on a study to find out just how much tax revenue the state is losing to Internet sales and what could be done to recapture the money.
The ARPA-NET inventors are getting two historical markers in Arlington where their office used to be.
An Internet service provider is offering a new way of protecting kids from unwelcome websites and online dangers by blocking them at the network level.
A panel advising the Federal Communication Commission on technological innovation says the federal government should use its own land and buildings to advance the cause of national broadband deployment.
The White House is asking Congress to pass a privacy bill of rights for the Internet. The legislation is aimed at protecting Americans from intrusive data gathering.
Chuck Schumer(D-N.Y.) is pushing to change the way you access some major websites.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) is joining the federal committee to expand Web-based information sharing tools.
Pete Tseronis, chair of the Federal IPV-6 Task Force, explains what it means to run out of IPV-4 addresses.
Cybersecurity expert Jeffrey Hunker's new book outlines the problems with today's Internet and proposes ways to fix