More than 90 law professors have written to Congress, claiming that the proposed Protect IP Act, designed to allow the blocking of domains that promote digital piracy, is unconstitutional.
On Saturday US authorities began seizing more domain names allegedly associated with copyright infringement and counterfeiting.
A company calling itself Killer Mobile has threatened to take legal action against TG Daily.
Library patrons who publicly surf for porn in NYC libraries are officially protected by the First Amendment.
A federal judge has ruled the US government can subpoena records from Twitter to assist in an ongoing criminal investigation of WikiLeaks.
Many Californians are understandably proud of their liberal ideology and commitment to upholding democracy.
Unfortunately, it seems as if a California law seeking to regulate and ban the sale of video games to minors may very well violate the First Amendment.
US Cyber commander Gen. Keith B. Alexander has warned that America faces a "real and continuing" threat on the digital battlefield.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has demanded that the US Supreme Court overturn a controversial 2005 California law restricting the sale and rental of so-called "violent" video games to minors.
The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has harshly criticized California's controversial video game law which is expected to be debated before the US Supreme Court this fall.