Global variants of the Wall Street Journal and Reuters websites have been blocked for internet users in China, according to several internet monitoring agencies.
Bloomberg News reporter Michael Forsythe has been suspended from the company over reports the news organization engaged in self-censorship with regard to an investigative story focused on the Chinese government.
J.P. Morgan canceled a planned question-and-answer session on Twitter with the bank’s vice chairman James Lee, Jr. after receiving “insulting” questions.
Chicago’s FOX affiliate WFLD is attempting to scrub the internet of an embarrassing technical gaffe that resulted in a reporter’s skin turning blue during a live shot last week.
A building in San Francisco owned by the Internet Archive caught fire early Wednesday morning, according to local media reports.
Al Jazeera’s international English-language news channel, blocked for viewers in the United States on its website and YouTube, can still be accessed via one live streaming service.
Former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned with the drug polonium, new information obtained exclusively by the news organization Al Jazeera reveals.
Two Google security technicians have railed against the NSA in a series of blog posts on the social network website Google Plus.
Twitter may find itself on the receiving end of a lawsuit over three patents IBM claims Twitter is infringing, according to a new SEC filing made public on Monday.
Train operators and a central dispatcher had trouble communicating with each other the day two Bay Area Rapid Transit employees were fatally struck by an oncoming train two weeks ago, new audio recordings reveal.