People around the world could be knocked off the Internet because of a computer virus. The FBI is advising consumers to check their computers to see if they’re infected. Follow the link for information on how you can protect your computer.
New media and the stories shaped by online culture and social networks now have a place in the Newseum, a Washington museum devoted to the history of news.
It is a disturbing Internet sensation. People, mostly teens, are trying to swallow a teaspoon of cinnamon quickly.
There’s new information on how police quickly tracked down the 19-year-old University of Maryland student they say made grave threats online.
There’s concern on the University of Maryland College Park campus after a student threatened a mass shooting there. That student is now in custody.
The Maryland Senate tackles ethics questions with a proposal for more transparency.
An ethics panel will be developing a proposal for putting financial disclosure forms for Maryland lawmakers on the Internet.
Sex and the Internet. A former Stevenson University lacrosse player faces serious charges for posting a video of himself having sex with an ex-girlfriend on the Internet.
It’s all about content…and getting it instantly.
Maryland should not expect to generate significant new revenue by chasing unpaid sales and use taxes from online sellers without changes in federal law to enable states to collect the money, the state’s comptroller said.
Amtrak has announced it is extending free wireless internet to about a dozen East Coast routes, including the Northeast Regional trains running from Boston to Virginia.
The computer networks that control power plants and financial systems will never be secure enough and a new, highly secure alternative Internet should be considered for development, a top FBI official said Thursday.