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Countries deeply divided on internet laws during UN talks

Talks over possible new UN regulations for the internet have been deeply divided.

Calls for Wikipedia to keep up with the times

The public knowledge website is more than a decade old and remains among the top 10 Internet sites in the world, but some say it is becoming dowdy.

Heads of site used to educate ‘students in crime’ jailed

Six men who headed up a site which taught its users to defraud people of millions of pounds have been handed jail sentences in Britain.

Cybercriminals who educated ‘students in crime’ jailed

Six men who headed up a site which taught its users to defraud people of millions of pounds have been handed jail sentences in Britain.

Growth spurt for online economy

The internet economy is growing markedly and is now worth R59-billion, contributing 2% to the South African economy, writes Lisa Steyn.

Internet used in most cases of violent radicalism: report

A report has shown that the internet plays a part in most cases of radicalisation and is a more significant recruiting ground than places of worship.

How the internet ignited a global inferno

The internet is taking us to places without boundaries. But we won't know what it all means until we get there.

South Africa’s internet turns 20

SA's internet is two decades old, and this weekend marks the anniversary of the first packets of data that flowed over the internet to and from SA.

App, app and away

<b>Matthew Buckland</b> spoke to <i>Wired</i> publisher Chris Anderson about how technology, social media and the internet are evolving.

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