Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Will be back on the table in September.
'Censorship Machine' is a go.
Warns of likely impact to open-source projects.
Take down terror content within the hour.
Aims for a Chinese walled garden approach.
Despite strenuous objections.
Could levy fines, cancel payments.
Knee-jerk response to recent attacks.
Now called the Investigatory Powers Bill.
A need to 'protect young minds.'
Hotline Miami 2 has been refused classification in Australia meaning that as it stands, the game will not see a release in that market.
'Impossible to shut down,' claims creator.
Filters on by default for all customers.
The long slide down the slippery slope begins.
'Government by Daily Mail,' warn critics.
Looks to protect consumers from infringement.
Censorship fears mean missing signatures.
Will 'educate' buyers at point-of-sale.
Google's regular Transparency Report reveals an increasing trend for political content take-down requests.
US bookseller Barnes & Noble has pulled Linux Format from shelves over a controversial 'Learn to Hack' article.
The High Court has ordered ISPs to start blocking access to Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.
We analyse the current state of the Usenet in light of BT blocking access to Newzbin.
Could shift the balance of power in the censorship arms race.
We talk to the Open Rights Group and the BPI about the implications of the Digital Economy Act.
Communications minister Ed Vaizey has called on ISPs for a mandatory pornography filter.
Mounting criticism of Apple's opaque policies for what's allowed - and what's not - in its iPhone App Store draws a personal response from Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President.
The Internet was born free, but recently governments have shown increasing interest in regulating the web. Should web users be nervous or, in the face of rampant piracy and threats from criminals and terrorists, is a little law and order just what the web needs?
"Human error" is blamed for a glitch at Google that saw the site warning users that the entire internet could "harm your computer" for half an hour on Saturday.
The Janus team - creators of the pro-privacy JanusVM - has announced a hardware based 'privacy adaptor' that routes all traffic across a VPN or the TOR network.
The Internet Watch Foundation has teamed up with a huge number of UK ISPs to implement a transparent proxy system designed to censor objectionable material.
Microsoft has been granted a patent on a system to scan an audio stream - live or pre-recorded - for predefined 'bad' words and automatically censor them.
Airlines have confirmed that they are to begin the implementation of anti-pornography filters on their in-flight WiFi Internet access services.
EA are clamping down on user created Spore monsters deemed inappropriate due their similarities with genitalia or sexual acts
The Australian government has announced trials of a new ISP-level filtering system designed to prevent access to pornography online - and it's going to be mandatory.
A recent collection of studies from major universities has shown that Internet censorship is a lot more common than it seems.
Video games cause shootings. Blogs are corrupting our youth. So here's a suggestion, let's sanitise it all - then we can have our family values again, right?
The terms of service on MySpace are getting more draconian, as the social site attempts to prevent people broadcasting inappropriate speech and forming dangerous relationships.
The Sex Workers Outreach Project have called for concerned parents to vote with their wallets and boycott Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Bit late for that, innit?