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Astroturfing threat to internet

They are the online equivalent of enclosure riots: the haystack-burning, fence-toppling protests by peasants losing their rights to the land.

Great Firewall no obstacle for China’s Facebook game makers

China's internet censors may keep most of the nation's 420-million web users from accessing Facebook, but they haven't stopped social game developers.

The internet is real life

The internet: A place disconnected from the gritty business of real life. But why isn't the internet considered part of our real lives?

Music industry to carry cost of catching pirates

Coalition says film, TV and music industries must bear financial burden of pursuing illegal downloaders.

The kindness of strangers

Stop a passerby and ask them "what is the internet?" Their answer is guaranteed to focus on technology.

Is the internet ruining our minds?

When author Nicholas Carr began researching his book on whether the internet is ruining our minds, he restricted his online access and email.

WHO pandemic probe focuses on role of internet

The internet had a disruptive impact on the handling of the flu pandemic by fanning speculation and rumours, officials said on Tuesday.

MWeb unveils low-cost uncapped broadband

Internet service provider MWeb on Thursday claimed to be the first major player in SA to offer uncapped ADSL on a significant scale.

New York Times to charge readers for online content

America's most popular newspaper website on Wednesday announced that its era of free online journalism is drawing to a close.

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