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.
Maryland officials and Comcast will be announcing a new low-cost Internet initiative for low-income families.
Library visitors in Maryland see an “access denied” message when they try to view pornographic websites. But in New York, thanks to a freedom of speech policy, it’s legal.
Travelers now have free wireless Internet access at Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
Baltimore Police say online job listings are turning into a chance for scam artists to strike. Detectives are investigating several different types of fraud cases.
Many sites pull information on people and post it on the Internet. Stop the sites from posting information about you.