A 29-year-old contractor, who lived in Maryland and claims to have worked at the National Security Agency and the CIA, was revealed Sunday as the source of disclosures about the U.S. government’s secret surveillance programs, risking prosecution by the U.S. government.
All it takes is one fan to spoil a great moment.
Millions of dollars in online sales go untaxed every year in Maryland. Now the state wants Internet retailers to collect the taxes from online customers.
Congress gets closer to bringing sales tax to the Internet, and that could bring millions to the state of Maryland. How many millions?
Eighteen Frederick County schools will have wireless Internet access installed for the next school year.
Lush hills and cornfields along acres of land mark Carroll County as a haven for people who want to get away from the city life and compact suburban developments — but finding reliable and affordable Internet can be a headache in rural areas.
New developments in the ongoing efforts to free a Maryland man from a Cuban prison. Members of Congress returned after meeting with Alan Gross and Cuban President Raul Castro.
When disaster strikes, phone and Internet service often takes a hit, right when it’s needed the most.
A national open-records group is applauding Garrett County for putting more government information online.
Comcast is starting the second year of its Internet Essentials program in Washington to provide high-speed Internet at low cost for low-income families.
More than half of consumers are expected to shop over the Internet this year. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and The Harbor Bank of Maryland have issued tips to help consumers stay safe and secure when ordering online.
Judge Blocks Enforcement Of Law Requiring Federal Employees To Disclose Internet Financial Transactions
A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of a new insider trading law that would require nearly 30,000 federal workers to disclose details about their financial transactions on the Internet.