FCC stonewalls demands for evidence of cyberattack
There are concerns it's trying to hide grassroots support for net neutrality.
Pakistan investigates army critics on social media
Authorities are using the country's new cybercrime law to look into the critics' accounts.
India is cracking down on dissidence posted to WhatsApp
An Indian man was arrested for sharing a Photoshopped image of the prime minister.
China increases restrictions on internet news outlets
Under the rules, every online media platform’s editorial staff must be party-approved.
China is recruiting 20,000 people to create its own Wikipedia
Launching in 2018, the government-run site will have over 300,000 entries.
Netflix gives controversial '13 Reasons Why' series more viewer warnings
A new caution message will pre-empt the first episode.
Turkey blocks Wikipedia over an alleged 'smear campaign'
The country just escalated its bid to silence online dissent.
Cyberbullying nets '13 Reasons Why' mature rating in New Zealand
Its portrayal of youth suicide is chief among New Zealand censors' concerns.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things
Changes ahead for Engadget, Facebook's continued video problems and the Galaxy S8.