Anyone who uses or simply searches for tools that mask your identity online could be labeled as an "extremist" by the National Security Agency.A series of investigative reports out of Germany this month has exposed an NSA source code that mark for closer surveillance the IP addresses of computers lo ... More >>
Higher costs and worse service loom on the horizon
Band lives together in "Forever House"
Giving "tea bag" a whole new meaning.Cleveland Indian Grady Sizemore was caught with his pants down on the Internet last year, and a 19-year-old St. Cloud State University student from Apple Valley named Leah M. Ayers may have done the exposing. Sizemore's problems began when he thought it w ... More >>
Black is white. Peace is war. Up is down. Michele Bachmann is now asserting that the issue of Internet network neutrality, known as "net neutrality," is an evil Obama administration plot to censor the Internet. But it's exactly the opposite: Network neutrality (also net neutrality, Inter ... More >>
Minnesota regulators trying to stop online poker sites have failed in their attempt to make Internet service providers to block access to the sites. At least for now.
The speculation has the local blogs quite worked up. And now Al Franken's campaign has come in to back up the claim.
Can't resist the pull of a good torrent? Well, roll over Sergei Brin and tell Al Gore the news, the Twin Cities are now home to America's fastest Internet connections.
Longing for the pre-e days at Bitstream's holiday fete
In St. Paul and its suburbs, an unlikely coalition battles telecom giant AT&T
Are city officials and Paragon Cable turning Minneapolis into a bandwidth backwater?